equilla Posted October 19, 2005 Author Share Posted October 19, 2005 Yea, bugs take time to work out I guess. Always good to test on someone else's system too I guess. And why oh why am I seeing this in my Supertracker? Google Adwords - Total Referrals 0 sex toys uk : Referrals, Average Time : mins, Average Clicks : bondage uk : Referrals, Average Time : mins, Average Clicks : Miva - Total Referrals 0 sex toys : Referrals, Average Time : mins, Average Clicks : vibrators : Referrals, Average Time : mins, Average Clicks : Oops - left some of my own settings in there by the look of it! Sorry about that. Find this in /admin/supertracker.php: define ('SUPERTRACKER_USE_PPC', true); and change the value to false. Regards, mark I love how you can filter out the carts, however, when I go to successful checkouts, the value is "0." Any idea of what I can do to get this to show their order total? I'd love to change the date to m-d-Y...any idea on that? Excellent contribution, thanks! Hi, Basically the old data wouldn't have had the order_id stored against successful checkouts so the data isn't there from which to display this information. You should find that as new data is stored, you will see order values shown. To change the date format, we should be able to make use of the native osCommerce functions (probably tep_short_date() or similar), and change these lines in /admin/supertracker.php to use it: $time_arrived = $lt_row['time_arrived']; $last_click = $lt_row['last_click']; Haven't got time to post the detailed solution at the moment as I'm running late for work.... :blink: Cheers, Mark Quote Mark Stephens Contribs: http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,1680 http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,1467 http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,1422 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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