Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Google In-Page Analytics Not Working

I use Google Analytics to track all of my websites, but I haven't used the new feature In-Page Analytics, which is basically a heatmap tracker for your website. The new feature is perfect and was the only thing missing in Google Analytics. I tried it a month or two ago, but I didn't really know how to use it and since it was still beta I closed it and forgot.

But now when I need it the most, I tried running it form the Reports - Content - In-page Analytics, and I get the following error:

Problem loading In-Page Analytics
We've identified problems in your setup. These may cause problems loading In-Page Analytics.
  • Your site doesn't load ga.js from Google. If you host the Google tracking code on your own servers, it isn't updated automatically and can miss important changes.
I searched around the internet and there is no info to be found so it seems like it's a new problem. Hoping this to be resolved soon. If you have similar problems or maybe know the solution to this, please write in the comments below.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Windows Vista Slow Install Resolution


When the Windows Vista installation disc is inserted for a fresh Vista install, after you boot up the computer from the disc, everything goes extremely slow. The loading progress line goes slow, the menu comes up after like 15-30 minutes and if you are determined to continue like that and run the install, the installation process seems like forever.


The solution to this problem is pretty simple. I don't know why, but after you disable the floppy from the BIOS all this mess is simply gone. The Vista installation goes normal as it should. Simply enter the BIOS (usually hitting the DEL or F2 key) find the "Legacy Diskete A" which is set to: "1.44M, 3.5 in." by default, and simply change that to "Disabled". That's all you have to do to solve your slow Windows Vista Installation.

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Make Links from Macedonian to Latin Plugin for Wordpress

Here is a plugin for Wordpress I think my macedonian citizens would like very much :) It converts the maceonian cytillic characters of the title posts into latin to build better Search Engine Friendly Links. Remember that you have to change the permalinks to custom and make the post title to be your link for your post first. After that just install the plugin and activate it. For your old posts to become seo friendly, you have to edit them and save again.

Download MK-to-Lat Wordpress Plugin Here