Track da files module, by Federiko_ from Koriolis
Track da files module enables the possibility to track how much visitors are viewing files on site.
Every link to a file can be configured to be tracked.
A record is registered each time a visitor access the file from this specific link.
Configure file fields to be tracked in content interface, by selecting the corresponding display.
Links to be tracked can also be integrated in templates or html source of contents, by customizing links.
This module works with public and private file system.
- Diferents availables reports : main report, reports by file, reports by user.
- Datas provided : displays count, total ips by file, average ips by file, date of last display, users having displayed file, browser used, internal or external URI where the link was visited.
- Enable and disable datas which you don’t want to appear in reports
- Export all datas in CSV files
- Clear datas by file or by user.
- Rules integration
- Colorbox integration (by file, no gallery)
* Copy the module's directory to your modules directory and activate the module.
* Install it here : admin/modules
* View reports here : admin/reports/track_da_filesRead more
What is cXense
What this module does
To install, copy the cXense directory and all its contents to your modules directory.
To enable this module, visit Administration -> Modules, and enable cXense.
To configure the module go to admin/config/system/cxense.
Specify your Site ID that you received from cXense in here.
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