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    Help with ecommerce website and inserting code

    Hey, I have a friend designing a site for me and I would like him to upload a trivia game he wrote onto volusion or another large ecommerce website. Is this possible? and how difficult will it be for him to add the trivia game?

    thank you for your time. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Keep in mind the following when implementing ecommerce tracking:

    The SKU code is a required parameter for every item that is added to the transaction.
    The argument list for _addTrans() and _addItem() is matched by position.
    The values for the price and total parameters do not respect any currency formatting.
    If you are implementing ecommerce tracking and using a 3rd-party shopping cart, you will likely need to configure cross-domain tracking as well.
    While not strictly required, it is a good idea to call _trackPageview() on your receipt page if you want to associate that particular page with the transaction data.
    Last edited by pgmmr; 09-10-2014 at 09:19 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pgmmr View Post
    Keep in mind the following when implementing ecommerce tracking:

    The SKU code is a required parameter for every item that is added to the transaction.
    The argument list for _addTrans() and _addItem() is matched by position.
    The values for the price and total parameters do not respect any currency formatting.
    If you are implementing ecommerce tracking and using a 3rd-party shopping cart, you will likely need to configure cross-domain tracking as well.
    While not strictly required, it is a good idea to call _trackPageview() on your receipt page if you want to associate that particular page with the transaction data.

    That is a great information for me. thank you for sharing it

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    To get started tracking Business Driver ecommerce transactions along with Google Analytics, here are the steps you'll want to take. Log into Search engines Analytics and navigate to the profile settings page for that Business Catalyst internet site. Under "Ecommerce Settings" pick out "Yes, this is usually an E-Commerce Site". Even though still in analytics, visit the "Tracking Code" tab under your report. Don't grab the code from the Standard tab. As a substitute, select "Advanced". When someone experiences the cart on the Business Catalyst internet site, the domain changes to *. worldsecuresystems. com. So you'll want to select "Multiple top-level domains".


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