Comments on: SlimStat via JavaScript


fishingshrimp's avatarfishingshrimp → http://www.tmedien.com

work's fine so far, I'm using this one with an external Zope ZMS based web site (ZMS is a great zope cms) and replaced the paths within the .js and .php of slimstat-js with absolute (http://stat.....) url's of the other webserver running php and slimstat. no performance loss etc. so far and working great.

now the only thing missing would be user/domain/site based management for using with multiple domains/sites and one slimstat setup.

anyway, great software!

Mark Rowe's avatarMark Rowe → http://bdash.net.nz/

Gecko-based browsers get a JavaScript exception on line 25 of slimstat.js. Using the correct document.documentElement.appendChild rather than document.appendChild fixes the JavaScript error.

Stephen's avatarStephen

Mark: well spotted. I've updated the zip with a new version of the JavaScript file.

J's avatarJ

I had trouble getting this to work. - I can get the .php version to work on php pages only.

Javascript doesn't count the same page the php one does. I'm trying to get this to work with a rails app.

David Jones's avatarDavid Jones → http://www.d-jones.com

J, I have written a tutorial here...


...which will guide you through the process of installing SlimStat on Rails. I hope that helps!

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These are comments on an entry in Stephen Wettone's weblog, published on 14 March 2006.

The most recent entry is Reducing SlimStat's database size, published on 20 April 2006.

The previous entry, published on 24 Jan 2006, was SlimStat 0.9.

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