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Cryptolog

Cryptolog

Cryptolog enhances user privacy by logging ephemeral identifiers rather than actual client IP addresses in Drupal's database tables and syslog.

Once enabled in a site's settings.php file, Cryptolog replaces the PHP global variable $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] with a 128-bit HMAC (in IPv6 notation) of the client IP address, using a salt that is stored in memory and regenerated each day.

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Profile2 Complete Percent

calculates percentage for all profile2 types in one single block.

Dependencies:
https://drupal.org/project/pcp

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SEO Stats

Search-related statistics including Google PageRank for your site or other sites, in your Drupal site.

Wrapper for the SEOstats: SEO data library for PHP.

This is a developer-focused module and has no user interface of its own. Use it simply by calling its functions.

Currently the only function defined is to get the page rank:

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User Voice

User Voice settings

UserVoice is a Customer Feedback system that makes it easy for users of your website to suggest and vote on new features as well as report bugs via a tab that is inserted on to your website, which links to a simply forum.

This UserVoice module allows for quick and easy customization of the feedback tab via a settings form, utilizing the Block system to configure when and who can see the feedback tab.

A UserVoice account is required to use this module - http://uservoice.com/signup

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Google Analytics Service

Google Analytics Service

Google Analytics now tracks mobile websites and mobile apps so you can better measure your mobile marketing efforts. If you're optimizing content for mobile users and have created a mobile website, Google Analytics can track traffic to your mobile website from all web-enabled devices, whether or not the device runs JavaScript. This is made possible by adding a server side code snippet to your mobile website. Of course, you can still track visits to your regular website coming from high-end, Javascript enabled phones.

Google Analytics Service is a Services addon module and allows you to track traffic made to the endpoints set up for your Drupal site.

For web based Analytics module, please check out the Google Analytics Module.

Versions:

6.x-1.x

Fixes are actively made to this version. You need Services 6.x-2.x to use this version. Services 6.x-2.x is no longer activly maintained as they have made a rewrite since.

6.x-2.x

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Server Monitor

Sample Server Monitor result block

Introduction

The Server Monitor module will monitor and display the status of a number of servers which will be polled by a ping or by retrieving a URL (drupal_http_request or cURL). The status checks can be configured to run during cron.

Description

When cron runs, Server Monitor will iterate through the list of configured servers and check their status (up or down) using the method specified (ping, curl or drupal_http_request). The current status is recorded and is displayed in a block on your website as well as in a JSON feed for use with other services you may have.

Requirements

- cURL, if you wish to use it as a monitor method.

Additional Notes

If you have the Varnish module installed, Server Monitor will automatically ban/purge the JSON feed when cron runs. For this reason, if you are running behind Varnish server(s), it is also best to check the 'Use JSON generated block?' option in the administration menu, as it will ensure that your block displays as up-to-date information as available.

Drush support. You can also use drush to run the server monitor via either drush server-monitor, or the alias drush smon.

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Feedback & Suggestion Tab

Screenshot of the Feedback & Suggestion Tab module in action on Drupal.geek.nz

Feeback & Suggestion Tab adds a tab to the viewport, next to the scrollbar, which solicits feedback and suggestions from website visitors. GetSatisfaction.com, UserVoice.com and other similar services use a tab like this, and are the source of inspiration for this module. The webpage in the modal dialog that appears after clicking the tab is configurable, but only pages in an <iframe> are supported for now. Contributions for AHAH content are encouraged.

To set the URI for the iframe, add a line like the following to your settings.php file.

$conf['feedbacktab_iframe_uri'] = 'http://example.com/';

The animation settings are also not yet configurable or over-ridable. A UI for these settings is needed. Contributions welcome.

Animation is slightly different in each of Safari, IE7 and Firefox, due to browser bugs with the position: fixed layout and jQuery UI Bounce effect library. This needs to be better debugged and patched, possibly to jQuery UI. Contributions welcome.

There is some support for placing the tab on the left or at the bottom, but this needs to be completed. Need I say that contributions are welcome? :)

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jQuery Mobile Google Analytics Plugin

Description

Reporting of page hits using Google Analytics is wrong when using jQuery Mobile
if AJAX is enabled. This module adds an AJAX friendly script to your pages.

Requirements

Google Analytics

Installation

Copy the 'ga_jquerymobile' module directory into your Drupal
sites/all/modules directory as usual.

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Rankingalive

This module provides integration with the Ranking Alive tool into Drupal. It allows administrators to add tracking on selective pages.

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iClew Business Kit

iClew.com

Introduction

iClew checks your Drupal site daily and delivers the improvement recommendations to your in-box. It helps you monitor your site performance, availability, traffic rank and content quality. With the improvement recommendations tailored for your site, you can improve your site and business by driving more traffic to your website or turning more visitors into paying customers.

Recommended Actions Status and Ages

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HTML5 Autocomplete

Allows HTML5 autocomplete attributes to be set for form input elements to help browsers to autofill them. Speed up prospective form filling times by helping browsers autocomplete your form fields with the correct type of data. Alternatively, disable autofill suggestions if your webform fields contain sensitive information.

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Zabbix client for Drupal

This module enables a Drupal website to send statistics remote Zabbix server using a locally installed Zabbix client. For more information on Zabbix, see http://www.zabbix.org

The Zabbix server can then be configured to monitor the incoming statistics and trigger alerts according to your own specific requirements.

Gain a deeper understanding of your Drupal performance and find those transient problems before they become major issues.

An example Zabbix XML Drupal items is included for your Zabbix server. Refer to the zabbix_items.xml in the example_zabbix_server_configuration directory. This is an export of example_items from Zabbix Server 1.8.2.

Sending custom Zabbix statistics from other Drupal modules

If you have other Drupal modules that need to send statistics to a Zabbix server then you can accomplish this one of two ways:
1. Calling zabbix_send() directly:

if (module_exists('zabbix')) {
  $key='drupal.customstatistic';
  $value='100';
  zabbix_send($key, $value);
}

2. Or implementing a zabbix_items function in your module, eg. function mymodule_zabbix_items(). See the existing zabbix_zabbix_items() function as an example.

Installation

See the included README.txt for installation, Zabbix items and Zabbix server configuration instructions.

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User access

The user access module stores informations about users and nodes each time a node is viewed by an user. These informations may be then used in order to create site usage reports.

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segmentio

Overview
segmentio for Drupal is the easiest way to integrate segmentio analytics into your Drupal site.

By installing segmentio's Drupal plugin you can add any analytics service to your site without touching any code.

segmentio lets you send your analytics data to Google Analytics, Mixpanel, KISSmetrics, Chartbeat, and more... without having to integrate with each and every one, saving you time.

Once you're setup, you can swap and add new analytics services with the click of a button!

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Incoming

Incoming allows you to be alerted when there is a significant change in the amount of traffic coming to your site from an outside source. It's main purpose is to give you a heads up if your site is about to be featured on Digg, Slashdot, or any other high traffic site so you're not caught unprepared.

I've attempted to make this module as lightweight as possible, so it doesn't create any of it's own tables, but instead monitors the sessions table to detect changes in visitor load.

The "Alert Threshold" lets you set the amount of new visitors to your site needed to trigger an alert. This number is not the total amount of visitors on your site, but the change in the amount of visitors on your site during a specific "timespan".

The "Timespan" is the amount of time in which a change in visitors is measured. In effect, the module takes a snapshot of the activity on your site over a specified period of time, and monitors for increases in anonymous users on your site.

For example, if you set your "Alert Threshold" to 50 and your "Timespan" to 10 minutes the possible outcomes are this.

Example 1:
First ten minutes: 25 visitors.
Second ten minutes: 25 visitors.
Total visitor change between timespans is 0. No alert will be sent.

Example 2:
First ten minutes: 300 visitors.
Second ten minutes: 340 visitors.

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Quickstats

Quickstats.module is a simple and efficient (from a database point of view) way to count pageviews of nodes. It is intended for heavy traffic sites where performance is key.

The heart of this module has been coded by Karoly Negyesi (chx) for NowPublic.com. Small improvements and packaging by Michael Imbeault (fireang3l).

IMPORTANT NOTES:

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Contact profile

Adds the sender's username, email address and roles to the bottom of their email send from the site wide contact form.

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Pathtrack

6.x Results

Pathtrack works with Drupal's statistics module to track the paths of visitors once they enter a specific page. It creates a report to show number of visitors and the paths they took. Also has an optional CSV output.

New Features in 6.x-1

  • Variable path length - follow users for up to 6 pages after the target page
  • Filtered results - only anonymous users are tracked
  • Results page - Data is displayed in a table instead of nested fieldsets
  • Results presented with clickable links and url aliases for better usability
  • Completely rewritten backend - faster than 5.x

Note that this module is still in development. The dev branch is functional, but it's output may exceed your php execution time (usually 30 seconds), Depending on the number of days you want results for, or the number of visitors your site receives.

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A/B test

This is a low-level API for implementing A/B tests in code.

Its design is based on the excellent A/Bingo for Ruby on Rails, written by Patrick McKenzie.

PLEASE NOTE: This module doesn't provide a UI for creating tests - they must be created in code. If you're looking for module to create A/B tests in the UI check out Multivariate.

Unfortunately, the Multivariate module isn't good for creating tests in code or that involve a lot of code. For example, let's say you're writing a custom module and you want to test two variations on a custom form.

The A/B test module will allow you to do that with only two lines of code!

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Bizible Marketing Analytics

Bizible Marketing Analytics connects sales and marketing data together inside Salesforce so you can optimize your online marketing campaigns by ROI. Tying your marketing efforts to actual closed deals is essential to making profitable marketing decisions moving forward.

This Drupal plugin inserts an invisible web analytics script (Similar to Google Analytics) on each page of your website. This script tracks each visitor on your site and logs their behavior so you can easily track where your leads are coming from and see what pages they viewed on your site before converting.

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Visualize

Visualize is a Views style plug-in for implementing the jQuery Visualize charting tool.

jQuery Visualize provides accessible charts providing textual information to non-visual users.
It uses a technique with JavaScript to scrape data from an HTML table and generate charts using the HTML 5 Canvas element.

This plug-in is tested in the following browsers: IE6, IE7, IE8, Firefox 2, Firefox 3.5, Safari 3 and 4, Opera 9.

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Xstatistics

Xstatistics is a module meant for extendability. It offers basic statistics as summaries at the momement, but any features are welcome for review.

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Mint

Provides basic integration with Mint, a proprietary traffic logging and statistics tool.

This module is in early development phases, but should be simple enough to use. Please test and report any issues.

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Nedstat

Comscore digital analytix

Comscore Digital Analytix is a powerful, results-focused web analytics platform that helps analysts and business leaders understand and drive business outcomes by combining the best of web analytics and audience measurement. We deliver a solution that is flexible enough to grow with your business and agile enough to meet your evolving needs. Our Atomix™ technology stores data in its raw form, which enables fast, flexible analysis and delivery of results in real time.

The reason this project is named "Nedstat" instead of "Comscore", is because it was previously named "Nedstat".

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Extended History

Extended History aims to help module developers (or PHP-savvy web developers) by keeping an extended history of visits to nodes for each user.

While Drupal already provides some basic funcionality in the history table, there are a couple of drawbacks:

  • History records are purged after 30 days;
  • That 30-day limit is non-manageable, unless you disable cron runs altogether;
  • It doesn't count how many times each user saw that node.

Original code from node.module:

define('NODE_NEW_LIMIT', time() - 30 * 24 * 60 * 60);

function node_cron() {
  db_query('DELETE FROM {history} WHERE timestamp < %d', NODE_NEW_LIMIT);
}

Extended History adds a new table called extendedhistory to store (uid, nid, timestamp, count) tuples.

For anonymous users, it keeps these details in session until they log in or register, at which time this is saved into the DB under their new UIDs.

If you want records to be deleted after some time, this can be set in Site Building » Extended History.

As 'API', it provides the following function:

/**
* Returns an array of the form:
* array(
*   'timestamp' => [int],
*   'count'     => [int],
* );
* If no record was found, it returns an empty array.
*/
function extendedhistory_last_viewed($nid)

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