Correct way to call setDownloadClasses with Async JS tracking code?


#1

For the Async JS Tracking code, is this the correct way to add two classes for DL tracking?


    _paq.push(['setDownloadClasses',['apstr-application-download-button', 'apstr-application-source-button']]);

Also, will this still only work for links () with the class set, or any element with that class set that is clicked on?

Thanks,
Aaron


(vipsoft) #2

Yes, that’s one way of using setDownloadClasses().

The default is to look at the extension in the URL to determine whether a link is a download or not. Use class names when the extension (e.g., .php) would be non-obvious, e.g., http://mysite/download.php?file=123