Track the activity of visitors who Use your flash widgets.
Widgets, particularly those made using Flash, have
become increasingly popular. These powerful widgets
web tools provide a world of capabilities that site owners
find useful. One of the challenges with widgets is in
knowing if they are being used and the analytics
connected the use. With MVI Live Stats special methods (shown below), you can track the activities of the visitors who use your widgets. The data appears in whichever
format you want within your MVI Live Stats view and you
can easily create custom reports to view just the traffic
from the widgets.
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Special Methods MVI Live Stats tracking script provides
additional methods to track non-standard content. Using
these special methods allow developers to integrate MVI
Live Stats tracking capabilities into a variety of platforms
such as Flash, Flex, Java, Ajax and many more. Below are
examples of how these special methods allow developers
to integrate MVI Live Stats flash into their applications. The
The URI that you want to appear as being tracked in
MVI Live Stats. If you want the page view to look like "/junk123.php' then you would pass "/junk123.php" in this
The URI that you want to appear as being tracked in MVI
Live Stats. If you want the page view to look like "/junk123.php'
then you would pass "/junk123.php" in this parameter.
The unique code that's contained in any MVI Live
Stats page view event trigger snippet. For example, if you'd
want to trigger the event for which the below code snipper
belongs to, you would pass "0rtrcgzriaMHG7lgM7kV4sTWWEtdE7LE".
<!-- MVILiveStats -->
var mvi_conv_code = '0rtrcgzriaMHG7lgM7kV4sTWWEtdE7LE';
var mlsJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https"
document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + msJsHost + "://stats.
<!-- /MVILiveStats -->