For large or dynamically generated websites adding the tracking code to every page of your website can take hours or days. We created GAhelper as a simple way to add Google Analytics tracking code to every page of a website in less than five minutes
is Google's free website statistics and analysis tool. When you create an Analytics account, to enable statistics for your website Google provides instructions on how to add a piece of code to the bottom of every page of your website.
GAhelper can be installed on any IIS 5.0 through IIS 7.0 website as an ISAPI filter
. It can even be installed as a global filter for your entire IIS server, ready to run for any website.
There are some differences in configuration depending on the version you choose. The 2.x version is not neccessarily better than the 1.x version, they install in different ways and you can choose what suits you better.
A new implimentation of GAHelper as a .NET HttpModule is the newest option in all managed code. Great for IIS7 and IIS integrated pipeline mode.
How to configure
New in Version 2.03
- Important bug fixes
- By default uses the new async loading model that was formally introduced on December 1st. Details on this change from Google. You can opt out of this new script if you want to do so.
- Allows you to exclude entire extensions from processing via the web.config
- Chooses whether to process files in a better way
Adds an AlwaysOutput configuration option to always output tracking code, even if existing code already exists on the page
Update from earlier versions free for licensed users. How to configure.
Windows web server with IIS 5.0+
For the ISAPI version, the ability install a .dll file as an ISAPI filter on IIS
For the .NET version, you must have ASP.NET enabled on the server
A Google Analytics account