In order to analyze heat map of the pages whose URL do not change, it is necessary implement the following steps:
Please go to Settings >> Profile >> Tracking code, and add the this code
_pt_sp_2.push ('setPVTag, http: //www.mydomain.com/vpv/filedownload,replace');
to below the setAccount code
Once you add the line of code to Ptengine’s tracking code, Ptengine starts to track the URL below as if the URL is existing (this is called virtual page).
For example, there is a member registration form “http://www.example.com/form/” whose URL does not change through “data entry page”, “confirmation page” and “registration completed page”. You can measure their data and heat map as follow the process below.
“Data entry page” http://www.example.com/form/vpv/input
“Confirmation page” http://www.example.com/form/vpv/confirm
“Registration completed page” http://www.example.com/form/vpv/thanks
Since Ptengine’s heat map is a combination of two layers “Heatmap Data” and “Background image of website”, the background image actually needs to be a static page that can be accessed by the browser.
Therefore, the following process is required to view heat map data using virtual URL,
Let’s suppose that you can not put a background page on the domain example.com
“http://www.example.com/form/” but you can put it on the following URL.
If this is the case, you can set testexample.com/ as the background page. Then you can start to track the virtual page by adding following code in Ptengine’s tracking code.
_pt_sp_2.push ('setPVTag, http: www.testexample.com/docomotest/for_heatmap.html_01.html,replace');
The following two settings are required.
STEP 1. Domain Setup
To measure the data of following virtual page,
Please add “testexample.com”, the domain of the background webpage, at “Settings” >> “Profile” >> “Settings” with “http: // & https: // setting” with setting
STEP 2. Tracking Code Installation
Please visit “Setting” >> “Profile” >> “Tracking code” . Then, copy and paste the tracking code to the virtual URL http://www.testexample.com/docomotest/for_heatmap.html_01.html
With the above work, you can see the heat map by virtual URL.