Integrating ResponseTap phone call tracking and Google Analytics

If you want to track phone calls generated by your website using ResponseTap (formerly AdInsight) then you’re likely to come across an annoying issue with the way call data is sent to Google Analytics; ResponseTap sends different values from those usually found in Google Analytics. Here’s a solution to get ResponseTap call tracking playing nicely […]

Use your own domain for OpenID

Creating accounts and remembering passwords for every site you visit has always been a major pain. A simple way around this issue is OpenID. This technology allows you to use a single account to control access to lots of sites in a secure way. You probably already have an OpenID account but just didn’t know […]

Pass multiple select values from your website to Salesforce.com

If you’re integrating your website with Salesforce.com you may need to capture multiple select values. Unfortunately, Salesforce doesn’t accept an array of values (the way PHP sends multiple selects when a form is submitted) so it truncates the values it receives so only the first value gets through. I recently solved this issue when I […]

Google helps you cook

We all know Google is the best search engine available. However, it is an awful lot more too – it even helped me make dinner! I was cooking the other day (actually I was just preparing the ingredients for Liz to do the cooking!) and I had a recipe which was written in pounds & […]

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