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Here's some of the source code for the order confirmation page
$name = $_SESSION['name'];
THANK YOU FOR PLACING YOUR ORDER!
IN A FEW MOMENTS YOU WILL RECEIVE AN E-MAIL CONFIRMATION.
CLICK <a href="http://www.#*$!#*$!#*$!.com">HERE</a> TO RETURN TO HOME
_uacct = "UA-#*$!XX-XX";
<form style="display:none;" name="utmform">
<textarea id="utmtrans">UTM:T¦¦¦<?=$order_amount?>¦¦¦¦¦ </textarea>
I made 3 test transactions yesterday and none of those has yet been
Does it have to do with the time lag for ecommerce transaction tracking?
also php adds <input type="hidden" name="PHPSESSID"
value=SESSIONIDVALUE /> to the form making it smth like
<form style="display:none;" name="utmform"><input type="hidden"
name="PHPSESSID" value="92dp0djftjsq07o2lcdhpbg8l2" />
<textarea id="utmtrans">UTM:T¦¦¦69.99¦¦¦¦¦ </textarea>
can this somehow keep __utmSetTrans() from working correctly?
If urchin can't do that, then that's why I use a different package :)
Also - I only started learning PHP last week, so the rest of it I havn't a clue with... if you don't get jou in the tracking and logging forum, I'll bump this post over to the php forum. I'm sure there's one of those here somewhere...
[edited by: Receptional at 1:28 pm (utc) on Dec. 21, 2006]
I did 2 fake orders from my IP and 1 from an IP address in a different country.
There is a filter in urchin for own IPs but it's not set up for this account.
I will keep posting this stuff in google groups and analytics support.
Thanks for your help
[edited by: Strider at 2:01 pm (utc) on Dec. 21, 2006]