Uncategorized – Stéphane Caron – No Margin For Errors http://www.no-margin-for-errors.com Thu, 07 May 2015 00:40:40 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.8 I’ve just been busy http://www.no-margin-for-errors.com/blog/2011/08/10/ive-just-been-busy/ http://www.no-margin-for-errors.com/blog/2011/08/10/ive-just-been-busy/#comments Thu, 11 Aug 2011 01:00:53 +0000 http://www.no-margin-for-errors.com/?p=992

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Don’t worry, prettyPhoto isn’t dead. I’ve just been very busy these past months and didn’t put as much time as I wish I did. I’ve just release an update, check the project page for the complete release notes: http://www.no-margin-for-errors.com/projects/prettyphoto-jquery-lightbox-clone/

Why was I busy?

I was working on an iPhone app! Most of my nights were spent learning Objective-C and the intricacies of the language.

The app is called “Nabit” and it allows you to make sequence shots quickly and easily. I personally think is pretty damn cool, but you could say I’m biased, so I’ll let you judge by yourself:  http://nabitapp.co/

It has been quite challenging so far, in the past month I had to learn how to wireframe an iPhone app from start to finish, learn Objective-C, build proof of concept prototypes and finally build the whole thing. The app is still young and we plan on improving it at a steady pace, so if you have any comment, don’t hesitate!

Here’s what it can do:

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It has been going on for a little while, my Google Analytics account was reporting data from other sites. At first I thought it was a bug in the system, but upon further inspection I found out it was actually people using the same tracking code as me. Most of the time it’s people using prettyPhoto, look like they “save-as” my demo page, change the content/design and upload.

So for a little while I was manually filtering out the domains I didn’t want to get data for. It became a pain as more and more people seemed to be doing this. Fortunately, I found a fix. I’m now only accepting content from my domain.

Here’s how to do it.

1) Log onto Google Analytics and click on “Analytics settings”
2) Click on the “edit” button of the website you want to apply the filter to.
3) Scroll down to “Filters Applied to Profile” and click on “Add filter”
4) Fill the form like in the screenshot bellow. Put your domain name instad of mine

That’s it! Now you only track data from your own domain. It’s now a part of the things I do by default when I setup a new GA account so it doesn’t happen anymore.

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