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#1394
Frontend component menu item 6 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 0
Hi,
First my congratulations to great effort by the developer(s) of this component. I encountered this component lately, became a big fan at my first view.

1. It would be really good if this component can be set/added as a component menu (a menu item) in the frontend with special user permission. It is hard to login frequently into system administration to check the trends. Stats and Goals in the frontend would be great.

2. Nice if this records when the user/guest left the site. When every hits/path is recorded with time, it would be very nice if we know whether the user/guest is still viewing the site or left.
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#1398
Re:Frontend component menu item 6 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 31
Hi,
1. - the ajax updates make quite heavy load on a database. When there's an administrator (1 person), it's quite ok, but when you'll put it available to a group of people.. it could be really hard. But you are right with the trends/stats. Maybe it should be specially restricted, or the update time in frontend would be bigger, or an update will manual.

2. - this is not technically possible. Because HTTP is based on a request/response. And you just see the actual requests. There's no way how to determine whether the user is "connected", like when using the TCP/IP sockets.
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