3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 1, 2009 11:36 AM by SeanMcCormack

    [Web] Adding Google Analytics to a page via f:labled_text_input

    SeanMcCormack Adobe Community Professional
      I know we got the extension from 150 chars in LR2.2, but now I'm faced with a silly, annoying issue. Here's my code (yes the code is fine- in fact it's a good example of conditional coding for anyone who cares IMHO) <br /> <br />Model <br /> ["nonCSS.useAnalytics"] = false, <br /> ["nonCSS.Analytics"] = "", <br /> <br />Views (labels section) <br /> <br />f:subdivided_sections { <br /> f:header_section_label { <br /> title = "Google Analytics Code", <br /> }, <br /> f:content_column { <br /> f:checkbox_row { <br /> title = "Insert Analytics Code", <br /> bindingValue = "nonCSS.useAnalytics", <br /> }, <br /> }, <br /> f:labeled_text_input { <br /> title = "Paste Anaytics Code", <br /> value = bind "nonCSS.Analytics", <br /> }, <br /> <br /> <br /> }, <br /> <br />HTML <br /> <br /><% if model.nonCSS.useAnalytics then %> $model.nonCSS.Analytics <% else %><% end %> <br /> <br />The code works fine except that when you paste the Google Analytics code into the "Paste Analytics Code" textbox, it opens the ga.js code in a browser window. It's rather annoying. <br /> <br />Is there a way to suppress the page opening?