Mousedown event trigger when either the left or right (or middle) mouse is pressed on the object; Mouseup event trigger when either the left or right (or middle) mouse is released above the object after triggered mousedown event and held. Click event trigger when the only left mouse button is pressed and released on the […]
DOMContentLoaded event is fired when the initial HTML document has been completely loaded and parsed, without waiting for stylesheets, images, and subframes to finish loading Load event is fired when page finished loading or loaded completely. According to Parsing HTML documents – The end, The browser parses the HTML source and runs deferred scripts. A […]
Using unshift function to add elements to Array is quite similar with push function. They both return the new length property of the array upon which the method was called except unshift function adds elements to the beginning of the array instead of the end. The unshift method will add an element to the BEGINNING […]
Git task Notes Git commands Tell Git who you are Configure the author name and email address to be used with your commits. Note that Git strips some characters (for example trailing periods) from user.name.
git config --global user.name "Sam Smith"
git config --global user.email email@example.com
Create a new local repository
Check out a repository Create a working copy of a local repository: […]
The adobeanalytics_nativeConfig tag is easier to implement, as it will use the same tagging methodology you use on your normal web pages. To accomplish this, add the following to your amp-analytics tag:
"pageName": "Adobe Analytics Using amp-analytics tag",
"v1": "eVar1 test value"
This approach sends data to a utility web page via special query string parameters added to the iframeMessage request parameter. In this […]
The adobeanalytics tracking template utilizes the amp-analytics tag to construct a tracking request directly. Using the adobeanalytics template in the amp-analytics tag, you can specify hit requests that fire on specific page events, like the page becoming visible or on a click (and in the future, video views and more). Click events can be customized […]
AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) is an open source project that lets you build web pages for static content that renders quickly. This feature is ideal for publishers who want to create mobile-optimized content once, and have it load instantly everywhere To implement analytics tracking, we can utility amp-analytics element tag for capturing analytics data from […]
Activity Map is an Adobe Analytics application that is designed to rank link activity using visual overlays and provide a dashboard of real-time analytics to monitor audience engagement of your web pages. It lets you set up different views to visually identify the acceleration of customer activity, quantify marketing initiatives, and act on audience needs […]
Cookies can store and provide only the information that was previously deposited in them. They are not able to execute code or access other information stored on the computer. Additionally, web browsers restrict access to cookie data. Browsers enforce a cookie security policy that makes all cookie data available only to the website that originally […]
In Adobe SiteCatalyst, query string parameters are used instead of variable names. The following table is a comprehensive list showing all query string parameters with their associated variable and explanation in alphabetical order: Parameter SiteCatalyst Variable Report(s) Populated Description AQB None None Indicates the beginning of an image request. AQE None None Indicates the end […]