I have a 900+ row MySQL database, comprising 15 categories of site_name and URL details, dynamically accessed using a series of selects. These pages retrieved by these URLs are copied into the main contents frame of my home page. I am receiving a healthy number of hits each day but am unable to determine which links are most/least popular.
I have hit the problem of storing the contents of parent.contents.location.href for further use I would like to either write them to a text file or directly back into MySQL for analysis purposes.
The select code follows:
(The $a is passed into the function as the value of site_code, which is not retrieved)
$result_recordset=$db->Execute("select distinct site_name,site_link
and site_name is not null
and active = 'Y'
order by site_name");
echo("<option value ='".$result_recordset->fields['site_link']."'> ".$result_recordset->fields['site_name']);
The use of a separate SUBMIT button to perform a GET or POST would not suit the architecture as it now exists.
Thanks for any help you guys can offer.
I didn't know whether an 'intermediate page' would do the trick. I guess you mean to use it as a 'black box' and 'dump' the data there en-route to the 'proper page' that would possibly solve things. Thanks for that! I'll give it a whirl.
use anchors instead of onclicks so you can use the ping attrib.
or, simply add google analytics to each page review the nice colorful graphs of visitor stats google provides for free.
Well... I don't know about 'black box'; but 'dumping' the data sounds about right.
The important thing is that everything except going to the site URL will be behind the scenes; and unless there is a TON of data, or a lousy internet connection, or something bottlenecking the data, it should process invisibly to the user - from their point of view, it just goes to that site, nothing more.
Thanks for the suggestions guys. Sorry about the late reply. I think my ISP has an issue with superglobals like $_GET, having upgraded to PHP5, so I'm trying to either get them turned back on or I'll have to have a workaround.
location.href="page2.php?Result=" + Result;
to the external php.
This is new territory for me....trying to 'marry' client-side and server-side seems like a minefield!
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