Its is easy to keep churning out articles and watch your hit count steadily increase but how do you know if you've really helped a developer solve a real world problem? In this article we explore how to create a client-side solution using Google Analytics and jQuery to track if the visitors problem has been solved.
Posted on: Wednesday, 6 April 2011 06:00
This article investigates a way to track content engagement on your site. By monitoring how far down the page a visitor to your site travels and then recording the data in Google Analytics you can discover how many of your visitors are reading your content all the way to the end.
Posted on: Tuesday, 5 April 2011 22:36
“I created a website but now when I look at it in different browsers there are display glitches! What can I do?”
This is a common issue that developers face. Web browsers have a long history of having their own interpretations of standards compliance and they also have different defaults such as font sizes and margins. If you find that your website is not looking the same in all of the major browsers then this guide will help you figure which steps you need to take to fix it.