- How Can I Record the Time Browsing Events Occur? [2 Updates]
- Charlie Programmer <firstname.lastname@example.org> Apr 22 02:40PM -0700
I display list of URLs and, as much as possible, want to record the time
the user does each of these:
1. Click on any URL to display its page
2. Browse through the pages linked to from the URL
3. Open any URL is a new tab
4. Click on a tab
5. Open any URL is a new window
6. Use the browser's back arrow to go back to a previous page or the list
7. Close any tab to go back to another page
8. Close any window to go back to another page.
- Sammy Noorani <email@example.com> Apr 22 06:01PM -0400
Set up Event Tracking via Google Analytics.
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