Sadly there’s no native Piwik plugin for the Koken photography CMS.
However you can use another plugin the inject the tracking code to the footer of your site.
- Install the HTML Injector plugin (Site > Settings > Plugin > Download Plugins).
- Enable the plugin (Site > Settings > Plugin > HTML injector > Enable).
- Setup the plugin (Site > Settings > Plugin > HTML injector > Setup).
- Copy the tracking code of your Piwik site (Piwik > Administration > Websites > [site] > View Tracking code).
- Paste the code into the footer field and save it.
Well done, your visitors are tracked now.
lars-mielke.de – Piwik Integration in Koken
I found the perfect tool to record desktop actions: Screen-To-Gif recorder.
I’m using ScreenToGif almost every day to create short and precise online documations for my customer wiki.
Here’s a gif recorded with ScreenToGif how I’m using ScreenToGif to create a gif of my desktop actions.
This post is part of my Your own Virtual Private Server hosting solution project.
Get the latest version of this article here: https://gist.github.com/9758234.
By default Piwik uses the provider location to guess a visitor’s country based on the language they use. This is not very accurate, so they recommend installing and using GeoIP.
In this post I’ll show you how to enable a new file type in SharePoint.
The goal is simple, for the KeePass database file it should be possible to open them the same way as it works for office documents in SharePoint.
This post is part of my PowerShell PowerUp project.
The only way to deploy SharePoint default settings for site collections and sites manually is using predefined site templates or an ugly third party tool.
And in case you’ll do that with site templates it’ll cost a lot of the time to update settings which were already set.
However with PowerShell it’s possible to deploy SharePoint default settings automatically and it’s a lot easier than you might think.