Once you installed phpTrafficA, log-on to the main phpTrafficA main folder.
- To view the stats for one of your domains, click on corresponding "Get Stats!" links.
- To configure, follow the instructions below.
Add a new site
- General instructions
- Log into phpTrafficA.
- Follow the
Configlink on top of the page.
- Fill up the form, with the domain name of your site, without the
soft.zoneo.net) and a root for table names in the database (whatever you want, but it should not be used already and not include any special character like #, (, $, or @). If you want to track a site with multiple subdomains, something like
com.zoneo.netin one database, register your domain as
zoneo.net. If you want to track them independently, enter their full name.
- If your site is tagged as
Public, all visitors will be allowed to see the statistics. If it is tagged as
Private, you will need to log-in to access the statistics.
- If you choose the
Trim URL, all pages like
index.php?lang=frwill be stored as
index.php. Otherwise, they will be treated as separate pages.
- Click "submit".
- Getting phpTrafficA to work with other packages
- Zen-Cart is a free, user-friendly, open source shopping cart system for e-commerce. Here are the special instruction for using phpTrafficA with Zen-Cart provided by That Software Guy.
- Gallery is an open source web based photo album organizer. Here are the special instructions for using phpTrafficA with Gallery, provided by the Gallery website.
- phpBB is an open source forum solution. Here are the instructions for dynamic list of stats for each forum topic with phpTrafficA in phpBB, on the phpTrafficA user forum, provided by V. Tchapliev.
- Drupal is an open source content management platform. Equipped with a powerful blend of features, Drupal can support a variety of websites ranging from personal weblogs to large community-driven websites. Instructions for using phpTrafficA with Drupal.
- TikiWiki is a Groupware/CMS (Content Management System) solution. Instructins for using phpTrafficA in Tiki Wiki...
If the page is on the same server than phpTrafficA, you have three solutions:
- pure php code, totally invisible to the visitor,
- include an image with php,
If the page is not located on the same server that phpTrafficA, you have two solutions
- include an image with php,
If you use the image inclusion method, it will appear as a 1x1 pixels black square for visitors, and the word
Admin for the administrator.
Reminder link on top of the phpTrafficA page will give you the proper lines to add in the page to track.
And the administrator?
phpTrafficA has the ability to stop logging for specified browsers, for example the webmaster. This is achieved by setting a cookie on the webmaster's browser.
To load the cookie, go to the
Cookie link, and follow the instructions at the bottom of the page. Follow the same procedure if you wish to remove the cookie.
On all pages, you'll see a label to remind you that your visit is not recorded. All other users will not see this label, and their visits will be recorded.