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'''Note''': AWS may take a minute or two to produce your custom statistics page.
 
'''Note''': AWS may take a minute or two to produce your custom statistics page.
  
==Piwik statistics==
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==Matomo statistics==
Webmasters who need more advanced statistics can request that the open source [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piwik Piwik] analytics be added to their account.
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Webmasters who need more advanced statistics can request that the open source Matomo (formerly called Piwik) analytics be added to their account.
  
Websites with Piwik activated will have the javascript code added to their pages at the end, just above the <nowiki><html></nowiki> tag by the NCF webserver when the page is uploaded. You will be able to see the code added, by viewing the web version of the page in your [[browser]] and then selecting Ctrl+U to view the page source code.
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Websites with Matomo activated will have the javascript code added to their pages at the end, just above the <nowiki><html></nowiki> tag by the NCF webserver when the page is uploaded. You will be able to see the code added, by viewing the web version of the page in your [[browser]] and then selecting Ctrl+U to view the page source code.
  
The javascript code snippet will be provided once your Piwik access has been enabled.
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The javascript code snippet will be provided once your Matomo access has been enabled.
  
Your NCF statistics will then include much more detailed data from Piwik.
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Your NCF statistics will then include much more detailed data from Matomo.
  
===Requesting Piwik===
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===Requesting Matomo===
Piwik has to be activated manually on your web space. This can be requested with an email to [mailto:office@ncf.ca office@ncf.ca].
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Matomo has to be activated manually on your web space. This can be requested with an email to [mailto:office@ncf.ca office@ncf.ca].
  
===Deactivating Piwik===
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===Deactivating Matomo===
Piwik has to be deactivated manually, too. This can also be requested with an email to [mailto:office@ncf.ca office@ncf.ca].
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Matomo has to be deactivated manually, too. This can also be requested with an email to [mailto:office@ncf.ca office@ncf.ca].
  
 
==See also==
 
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==External links==
 
==External links==
*[https://piwik.org/ Piwik website]
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*[https://matomo.org/ Matomo website]
  
 
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[[Category:Web space]]

Latest revision as of 18:00, 18 January 2018

Advanced Web Statistics 6.5 showing data for an NCF member website

This article details how to get Website Statistics for your own website, hosted on web.ncf.ca.

Advanced Web Statistics

By default all websites hosted on web.ncf.ca have Advanced Web Statistics (AWS) enabled. This is a basic package of statistics that gives information about such parameters as:

  • hits per page
  • operating systems and browsers that visit
  • screen resolutions
  • country of origin
  • IP addresses

To access these statistics go to the start page and click on Your Web SpaceYour web page traffic or this link.

Note: AWS may take a minute or two to produce your custom statistics page.

Matomo statistics

Webmasters who need more advanced statistics can request that the open source Matomo (formerly called Piwik) analytics be added to their account.

Websites with Matomo activated will have the javascript code added to their pages at the end, just above the <html> tag by the NCF webserver when the page is uploaded. You will be able to see the code added, by viewing the web version of the page in your browser and then selecting Ctrl+U to view the page source code.

The javascript code snippet will be provided once your Matomo access has been enabled.

Your NCF statistics will then include much more detailed data from Matomo.

Requesting Matomo

Matomo has to be activated manually on your web space. This can be requested with an email to office@ncf.ca.

Deactivating Matomo

Matomo has to be deactivated manually, too. This can also be requested with an email to office@ncf.ca.

See also

External links