Google Analytics allows to monitor the traffic on each of the pages of a website. It also allows to track the user’s actions on the page.
This article explains how to use the Google Analytics events with the embedded form and the pop-in.
In order to understand this article, you must have a basic understanding of the functioning of Google Analytics. For more information, go to the following page.
A Google Analytics event can be emitted in two ways:
At the end of the payment, the embedded form redirects the buyer to the payment confirmation page, also called the “browser return”. This URL is defined via the kr-post-url-success parameter:
For more information, go to: Getting started: single payment.
This page receives (via POST parameters) the newly created transaction. For more information, see the Browser return page. Using this information, you can emit an event as follows:
This example emits a new_transaction event in the payment category. The transaction status is also sent.
This example uses our PHP SDK. For more information, go to: Server SDKs.
In order to retrieve the newly created transaction, you must use the KR.onSubmit event.
Example of code using jQuery: