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    Website with HTTPS? How to adapt the ShinyStat™ code


    If you’re changing your website to implement the https protocol, remember to replace the current ShinyStat™ code with the ShinyStat™ code available in your setting panel for a correct measurement of traffic data. To proceed, please follow the steps below: log into your account (http://www.shinystat.com/en/vedistat.html) click on “Settings” in the left menu click on “HTML Code” click […]

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    How to adapt the ShinyStat™ code for HTTPS in websites created with Jimdo


    If you have a site created with Jimdo, we recommend to update the ShinyStat™ code for HTTPS. Jimdo recently announced automatic activation of the HTTPS protocol on the websites created with its platform. For more details, please click here. After this change, if you use Jimdo, remember to replace the current ShinyStat™ code with the […]

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    “Not Provided” Keywords: the new tool released by ShinyStat™ estimate the used keys


    In the new report, ShinyStat™ shows the not-provided keywords that visitors may have used to reach your site. “Not Provided Keywords” is the new awaited tool released by ShinyStat™ for get an estimate of the keywords used by visitors to reach your site, but not provided to any browser by the search engine. Since 2012, the most used search engine in the world started […]

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    How to insert the ShinyStat code in a website built with Jimdo


    Have you built your website with Jimdo and now do you want to measure your internet audience? With just three steps you can insert web analytics ShinyStat code in your websites created with Jimdo, a system that allows you to create websites quickly and easily. Once you have registered your ShinyStat account, you can simply […]

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    How to configure ShinyStat Video Analytics for HTML5


    ShinyStat Video Analytics can also be configured to analyze the videos implemented in HTML5. To proceed, simply insert the code below in the page with the HTML5 video. Code to insert in the HTML page with the HTML5 video. Here’s the code to insert into your HTML web page with HTML5 video you want to […]

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    How to configure ShinyStat Video Analytics for Adobe Flash


    If you use a player in Adobe Flash to publish your videos, you can install ShinyStat Video Analytics to analyze your multimedia content ShinyStat Video Analytics offers two versions depending on your needs: Javascript version – ideal for: – JavaScript, Flash and Silverlight players – Players with different technologies – Embedding the player within an […]

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    How to configure ShinyStat Video Analytics for JavaScript, Flash or Silverlight


    If you have the source code of your player, you can set up ShinyStat Video Analytics in a few quick steps. ShinyStat Video Analytics offers two versions depending on your needs: Javascript version – ideal for: – JavaScript, Flash and Silverlight players – Players with different technologies – Embedding the player within an iFrame Adobe […]

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    How to create a counter and how to insert the ShinyStat visitors on your blog


    [Thank to Oscar] To create a counter of visitors click here, in the page that will open in ShinyStat Free click on Activate ShinyStat Free. On the next page under service conditions select I accept and Privacy select I agree then click Continue. On the next page in the field Username enter the username you […]

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    How to have ShinyStat™ on Blogger


    [thanks to undercaos] In order to have ShinyStat™ on Blogger/Blogspot you should put ShinyStat™ code in a gadget. Open Blogger dashboard on www.blogger.com, click on design.   Add a gadget. Select HTML/JavaScript Give a name to the gadget on Title, that will be written on the ShinyStat™ counter. If one wants just the icone, leave […]

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