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Screenshot of the SiteCatalyst Dashboard

This module integrates the Site Catalyst analytics software into a Drupal site. All future development of what used to be the Omniture module will happen here because SiteCatalyst is now owned by Adobe.

Installation & Upgrades

To install the SiteCatalyst module, you should first make sure that you have a SiteCatalyst account. Assuming you have your account information, simply install and enable this module as usual and then visit the settings page at admin/config/system/sitecatalyst.
If you already have the 7.x-1.x-dev version of the Omniture module installed, you should leave it installed until you are done installing and setting up this module. Your settings from that module will automatically be transfered during installation. Only then should you disable and uninstall the Omniture module.

Custom Variables

There are two methods available for adding custom tracking variables (aka props) to your site:

In the GUI

The settings page allows you to use tokens to create custom variables. Additionally, you can use the Context module to set these custom variables only on certain pages or for certain users (etc...)


If you are developing your own module, you can create custom variables by taking advantage of hook_sitecatalyst_variables(). This hook expects you to return an associative array where the key is the name of the variable and the value is variable's value. For an example, see the README.txt that comes with this module or look at the sitecatalyst_sitecatalyst_variables() function in sitecatalyst.module.

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