It was recently announced in the October Woopra State of the Union post that has upgraded their DNS architecture to simply the tracking JavaScript for using and on your blog or website to no longer require the ID number.

If you are installing Woopra manually with out a Plugin or add-on to your website's program, the Woopra tracking javascript has now been reduced to a single standard line of code:

<script type="text/javascript"
src="https://static.woopra.com/js/woopra.js"></script>

If you are using https on your website, use the following JavaScript:

<!-- Woopra Code Start -->
<script type="text/javascript">
var _wh = ((document.location.protocol=='https:') ?
"https://sec1.woopra.com" : "http://static.woopra.com");
document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + _wh + "/js/woopra.js'
type='text/javascript'%3E%3C/script%3E"));
</script>
<!-- Woopra Code End -->

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No website ID number is required, just this simple JavaScript. It is highly recommended that you update your Woopra JavaScript in order to take advantage of the new features.

The installation process for Woopra is now an easy three step process.

  1. Step One: Activate Woopra
    1. Click Add a Website on the Members Panel.
    2. Type in the direct address to your website.
    3. Select the estimated pageviews.
    4. Enter the GMT time zone for you and your blog.
    5. Enter the Invitation Code in the form, if you received an invitation or approval code (required).
    6. Click Add Website.
  2. Step Two: Install Woopra on Your Website
  3. Step Three: Installing Woopra on Your Computer

In addition to these improvements, the Members panel on the Woopra website has been renovated with some easy-to-use new features.

  • Change Time Zones in Woopra Members AreaYou can now quickly change your Time Zone without manually calculating the GMT reference time.
  • You can now change the domain name if you change domain names or enter the wrong domain name, or want to move your Woopra account to a new blog (the old one will no longer be supported).
  • Change URL Parameter Filtering in WoopraURL Parameter Filtering helps you include or exclude portions of your URLs in order to aggregate statistics for those wishing to track specific pages, products, campaigns, or pageviews.

There are now a variety of Woopra applications for various CMS, blog, and website platforms for you to choose from, and many more are in development, making it even easier to use Woopra.

The Woopra development team has been working overtime to streamline installing and using Woopra, so stay tuned for more developments.


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