For the past year, I have been working as a consultant for the fine folks at the Museum of Science in Boston. I've finally updated the Work section to show some of the cool projects I've been working on.
Welcome to WesJones.net, the Personal Blog of Web developer Wes Jones (me). I started this blog in 2009, to write about Web development, and whatever else. Over time, I've tried to share bits of knowledge about Drupal that I've learned along the way.
Plenty of people are experts at command line wizardry in the Linux/UNIX/*nix world, and I'd say I'm pretty comfortable with it. Anything you want to do, there's usually some uber-command that does everything in one line, probably using the -exec option, it just requires some searching and a little trial and error (with caution).
At the Strong, we have 6 separate Drupal sites in a Multisite installation. Before that, we had 3 websites. We have been using Google Analytics for the past few years to track data, especially since the inception of the American Journal of Play in July 2008 and ICHEG in March 2009. Each site had its own profile and tracking code.
Google Analytics has a feature to track Site Search. It must be configured with a "Query Parameter". Setting this up was a little confusing to me, so I thought I'd post here to help anyone who may be stuck.
To track Drupal's default search, located at www.example.com/search, do the following steps: