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Twenty-four things you can do to make SMF go faster (Updated June 16th, 2010)

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pawan2002:

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--- Quote from: pawan2002 on January 11, 2012, 07:19:13 PM ---May be. But according to Google it is only 5k.

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If you only use Google Analytics, you won't track everybody. The method used will only record page views but won't track images or anything that is loaded without pinging their server. Likewise, people like me that use certain privacy tools won't even show up. Same with things like bots - those don't run the Javascript required for pinging Google.

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Any suggestion for that tool which can be easily integrated in smf without loading server.

青山 素子:

--- Quote from: pawan2002 on January 12, 2012, 05:30:00 AM ---Any suggestion for that tool which can be easily integrated in smf without loading server.

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Most hosting providers offer basic statistics that use access logs recorded on the server. These will show the actual traffic on your site.

live627:
For categories:


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cocacolas:
Can someone tell me how many of that 24 are valids for v2.02?

青山 素子:

--- Quote from: cocacolas on June 20, 2012, 04:54:44 PM ---Can someone tell me how many of that 24 are valids for v2.02?

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Nearly all of them that are different for 2.0 have a note by them stating the difference. Most of them are general tune-up suggestions that are good for any forum software. I highly suggest actually putting your brain in gear and reading (gasp!) the first post or two in the topic.

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