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Enable Visitor Tracking:
Select this check box if you want to collect website visitor statistics for the Visitor Reports found in the [VISITORS] tab.

TIP: If you are not interested in who is visiting your website, you can turn this off to improve performance of your website.
Tracking Code Duration: v2017.2

Enter the amount of time, in days, that the tracking code and UTM tags should be remembered for a Visitor. The default is 30 days.

For example, if you set this to 30 days, then when a Visitor visits a URL with a tracking code (e.g., the tracking code will be stored in a cookie for 30 days. If the Visitor comes back to your site within 30 days then any actions that the Visitor completes will be connected to the tracking code. For example, if the Visitor completes an Order, then the Order will contain the tracking code, and the tracking code will get credit for the Order in Order Reports.

If the Visitor visits a new URL with a new tracking code or UTM tags, then the old info will be forgotten and the new info will be remembered for the duration you set here.

Before v2017.2 tracking codes were always remembered for 6 months.

Pay Per Click Tracking Code Flag:
This flag (text from within a tracking code) is used by all Visitor Reports to determine what tracking codes are considered "pay-per-click" visits to your website.

Lets say you place an ad on a search engine or other website and you want to track the referring paid clicks vs. the free clicks. You want to apply that tracking information to create a Visitor Report to determine how many Pages, Orders, Submitted Forms, or Membership Registrations, for example, were received from the specific website or ad.

To do this, you might create a link to a page and tracking code like this: "/home?t=ppc_google_ad_number1"

If you set this flag to "ppc_", then any visits with a tracking code that contains "ppc_" would be considered a pay-per-click referral, and will appear as such on all Visitor Reports.

TIP: The flag only modifies the Reports, and not the underlying visitor data, so you can change this flag at any time and the Visitor Reports will be recalculated for you.
Web Analytics URL:
If you have integrated a third-party statistics program like Google Analytics into your website, this feature will place a handy bookmark to that service's website. Just enter a URL to the site's login page and a link will appear within the Visitors tab for your Visitor Report Managers to see.
Enable Google Analytics:

If you would like to track your site visitors with Google Analytics, sign up for a Google Analytics account, and then check this check box and enter the Web Property ID below. Once enabled, a snippet of code will be added to all Pages (except during e-mail campaigns), which will allow Google Analytics to track your site Visitors.

Also, once enabled, ecommerce data (i.e. order totals and items) is automatically sent to Google Analytics. This allows you to view ecommerce data in your Google Analytics account (e.g. track revenue from visitors). You must also enable ecommerce tracking in your Google Analytics control panel for this to work. Data for non-recurring products and recurring products where the first payment is on the order date will be sent to Google Analytics. Data for recurring payments in the future will not be included, because Google Analytics does not support it.

Web Property ID:
You must enter a Web Property ID in order to enable the Google Analytics feature. You may find the Web Property ID within your Google Analytics account. The Web Property ID (also known as the UA Number) normally has the following format: UA-XXXXXX-YY (where the X's represent the account number and the Y's represent the profile number).
Found in Site Settings

Create / Edit Container

Containers are used by the Real-time Rates calculator to determine the specific shipping costs for each outbound package. Containers are not required if you are going to manually preset your shipping rates.v2017.1

Enter the name you wish to use to refer to this Container for your Shipping Methods. This is not displayed to the customer. For example, you might call this "UPS Small Box", or "Poster Tube", or "2FT Square Cardboard Box". Anything is fine that helps you identify this Container when you are adding it to your Shipping Methods.
Check this box if this Container is currently available to ship Products in. You might Disable this Container temporarily if you have run out of this Container and are waiting for more to arrive. liveSite will only attempt to package Products in Containers that are enabled.

Please enter the dimensions of this Container in U.S. standardized measurements. These are the dimensions that your Shipping Carrier uses to define the dimensions of any items you are using them to ship. For most containers made of lightweight cardboard, the inner and outer dimensions will not vary enough to matter so you can enter either of these values.

TIP: To properly calculate the dimensions: Length is always the longest side of the box that has a flap. Width is the second longest side with a flap. Height is the only dimension without a flap.

Enter the actual weight of the empty Container itself in pounds (using decimals as necessary). For lightweight cardboard boxes, the weight is so marginal you can typically leave this value blank if necessary. For larger and heavier Containers, this weight will be important to calculate the Real-time Rate.
Cost: v2017.2
If you want to include the cost of the container in the rate, then you may enter that cost here. This is useful if the container is expensive. This cost will be added to the real-time rate from the carrier. Customers will only see the total real-time rate (i.e. they will not see a line item for this cost). You may leave this field blank if you don't want to charge the customer for the container cost.
Found in Commerce (Cont)

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