I'm running a test on my site for the mcafee secure logo, such that the mcafee logo will be shown to some visitors, and we track conversion rates with and without the logo. Naturally, mcafee have to keep track of the user vir the whole session, through to any 'thank you for buying' page. The code you place on the site is just an image, which includes in the url a reference to your domain.
The tech guy I spoke to suggested that the tracking happens via a cookie. But can this be done, when no script has been called from their server? The headers returned with the image show Content-Type: image/gif.
So basically I'm asking can cookies be set this way? If not then all I can see is that they're tracking urls only, which will be far from reliable.
I have setting some cookies to track visitors to my site. I have my pages in folder music and in sub folders. I can access my site by typing: [url] So the domain will be: [url] and the path: /sara/music/
But the broblem is that other cookies are attached to my cookieby going to [url] or any link in it.
Is the problem from setting the path? If not how can I filter my cookie so i can just display my cookies only, I use one function to display all the cookies.
Can I add code which tests the destination computer for browser/screen resolution compatability, and alter the HTML accordingly if necessary ? I think I saw a thread some time back about this, but can't now locate it.
I've got a Web-based App. that I've developed in 1680 x 1050 and I have some users in 1280 x 768, etc. The higher resolution is nice for this App., because it gives me more screen real-estate to take advantage of the newer rectangular screens. But, when a user in 1024 x 768 displays the screens, a good portion of the content is outside the viewable area of their screen.
Is there a clever way to set up my site so that my web pages will look good in most modern resolutions; i.e. 1024 x 768 and above?I know I can re-work things to display at a minimum common denominator, kind of thing; or I could have multiple copies of my site at different resolutions (which I really don't want to do) and do js resolution-sniffing.But, I'm wondering if there's a better way. I do have a lot of AP elements and I'm not certain that making the pages liquid with percentage widths, etc. will solve this particular problem.
Use jquery to track visitors mouse movements and clicks and then playback. Here is the proof of concept:Uses: jQuery and php. jquery records mouse moves and clicks, sends data via ajax to a php page, the php page writes the mouse events to a text file.When you go to the playback page, jquery connects to a php page that reads the text file and moves the mouse accordingly
How can I detect if a scrollbar inside a DIV is at the bottom of the track?
I have a div with overflow: auto. New content is added every 5 seconds, and if the user scrolls up to see old info, after 5 seconds it scrolls to the very bottom. I am trying to make it not autoscroll if the user isn't already at the very bottom of the scrollbar track.
this is a bookmarklet for IE that I use to see how a page works with different widths (i.e. you can simulate 1280x1024 or 640x480) without need to change resolutions or adjust window size. Not 100% accurate, but it's enough:
I am trying to see if the following can be achieved using Jquery I need to create a thumbnail gallery, where when a user hovers over any thumbnail image they would get an option to download the image either in High or Low resolution. Something like how you see in the below mockup.
Example: I'm working on a volusion site that uses asp. There's basically only one page that's changed dynamically. I would like to display some html when and only if the cart has any items in it. But also not to show up on the check-out pages.
The page dynamically displays "Your cart has 1 item in it..." when the visitors puts something in their cart.
I am just starting to understand JAVA Script a little bit to the point where I am able to modify scripts. Thing is now I can't find anything similar to what I need to modify
I have a page which can be found in google which is nice. But people can find a lot of sub-pages as well which is nice from a PR point of view. Nevertheless I don't want people to jump in the middle. I want them all to start on index.hmtl and nowhere else. So is it possible to have all visitors who click on a search result for example in google to be redirected to index.html ? Maybe referrer based redirect?
we wanted to know if it is possible to redirect a user to a selected page based on their location? Our interest is only in our country but want to redirect based on which state they live in. Town or suburb is not relevant.