Richard Parnaby-King

Web Developer – PHP, Zend Framework and Actionscript 3

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Using Google Analytics it is possible to track pages as though a user had visited it, even if the page does not exist. This is useful for, for example, ajax form submissions – instead of redirecting to a thank-you page, you can leave the user on the same page and track a custom page (that does not exist) in Google Analytics.

Below is the minimum configuration needed to track a page asynchronously.
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To submit a custom page, have the call-back of the ajax form request echo the following code:
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If you are not using an ajax request to submit a form, e.g. you are submitting the form to the same page, then simply add the above code after the Google Analytics code.

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    Having five years of programming experience in PHP, Zend Framework and ActionScript3, I have a very strong working knowledge of object orientated programming.

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