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#1 Re: Announcements & Information » Planned Backlight 3 Release in Next Year? » 2020-01-10 01:17:30

Thanks for the reply!  I'm looking forward to using Bootstrap 2. 

#2 Announcements & Information » Planned Backlight 3 Release in Next Year? » 2020-01-09 03:38:59

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Hello, I'm a C4 user and I'm planning to upgrade to Backlight.  Is there an imminent  major new release for Backlight in the next 6 month or year?  (i.e. Backlight 3)? 

I know Turning Gate offers discounted upgrades to recent purchasers, but besides the cost, I'm in no hurry and would rather not have to learn a new program shortly after spending time learning Backlight 2. 

#4 Backlight Support » Question on Web Design Created by Backlight » 2017-03-25 07:08:41

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I am a CE4 user and was thinking of upgrading to Backlight before creating my new website. Is there an option to create a webpage where the clicked image opens via highslide but the background page is not completely hidden?  Partial opacity of the background would suffice. 

This was done in earlier versions and more recently in the CE4 Client Response Gallery.  I find it more compatible with my customers who won't want to look through an entire gallery by scrolling left or right.  The CE4 CRG Highslide makes it easy for them to know how to close each image and browse the entire set at once. 


#5 Re: Announcements & Information » Google Analytics: In-Page Analytics » 2015-06-17 23:44:03

Rod and Matthew: Thanks for taking the time to reply.  I think I understand now.  I suppose I could use a Google tool like "Enhanced Link Attribution" or "Event Tracking" but that would probably take too much time to learn and setup.  But if you're curious, here are the explanations: … 8867?hl=en … ackerGuide

#6 Re: Announcements & Information » Google Analytics: In-Page Analytics » 2015-06-17 07:34:45

BTW, I posted this as a new topic because I thought a lot of photographers would be interested in which of their images are clicked and not clicked. 
Thanks again.

#7 Re: Announcements & Information » Google Analytics: In-Page Analytics » 2015-06-17 07:32:55

Thanks Rod.  Yes, I think I added Google Analytics tracking code a while ago.  At least the (TTG-generated) page shows up in my Google Analytics account.  So I think that should indicate it's being tracked. 

I'm just not sure if the thumbnail image links on the page (that enlarge the images) will be recognised and tracked  in Google Analytics.  Their support isn't real clear on what type of links are tracked in their In-Page Analysis feature.

#8 Announcements & Information » Google Analytics: In-Page Analytics » 2015-06-17 06:55:36

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I used the Client Response Gallery (CRC) to make a new page which I haven't yet announced:

I would like to use Google Analytics' "In-Page Analytics" tool to see how often people click on each image.  Since CRC uses PHP and javascript, would In-Page Analytics still work to tell me how many clicks for each image and/or link? 

Has anyone used In-Page Analytics with TTG CE4?  Would I need to add any extra code into the page for Google Analytics to track this? 


#9 Re: Announcements & Information » CE4 Gallery and CRG will only output php files » 2015-03-15 01:01:07

Thanks Rod!  I'll just upload then view the code in Firefox's Web Developer tool.
You saved me a lot of time.  I was about the uninstall and reinstall Lightroom. 

#10 Announcements & Information » CE4 Gallery and CRG will only output php files » 2015-03-14 21:50:29

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When I export a web gallery, the TTG plugin only saves the files in php format, even thought I have "Enable PHPlugins" unchecked.  I'd prefer to output as html files, at least for now, so I can look at the code. 

This might be related to a Lightroom setting or other LR problem.  I had the same problem in CE3.  I upgraded to CE4 and it continues.  Has anyone seen this before?

Thanks for any help.

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