The Advanced tab of Profile Configuration includes several additional settings to further customize your web analysis reporting. These include: Animate Graphs, Reporting Time Zone, Time Zone Correction, Time format display, Visit Timeout, Unique Visitor / ID Method, Exit Click Tracking and Inpage Analytics.
By default, Logaholic displays animated graphic effects in the flash bar and pie charts. when you prefer to disable the animation, you can turn this setting "Off".
The Default Local Time Zone shown in reports is the system time of the server on which Logaholic is installed, which may not necessarily be the same Time Zone where your website is hosted. If you prefer that your reports use a different Time Zone, such as the one on your hosting server, you may select it here.
Choose the format of how dates are displayed in the reports. In the preview below the selectors you see the format that is set. Return to default format, select the link ?Restore to default format?.
Enter the number of inactive minutes before a visitor "session" or "visit" to one of your webpages should be considered as timed out. For example, enter 20 and after 20 minutes of inactivity, Logaholic will consider the "session" or "visit" to the page in question termminated.
This setting determines how Logaholic identifies a unique visitor. There is a great deal of debate about the ideal method of tracking Unique Visitors, and many articles have been published discussing the advantages and disadvantages of different methods. It is beyond the scope of this manual to determine which method is best for your situation.
The Exit Clicks Expansion enables Logaholic to track exit clicks (links from your website to other, external domains).
Inpage Analytics shows statiscal data of your webpage, displayed/printed on the actual web page that contains Inpage Analytics tracker code. Activating this on your page wil give you quick insights on the visitors behaviour of that page. Place this code snippet anywhere on every page you wish to see data of on your website. This video shows how this feature works:
Step 2: Place this code snippet anywhere on every page for which you wish to track Exit clicks and/or Inpage Analytics.
If you have a header or footer file that is included in each page on your site, you only need to put the tracker code in one of those.