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fightw
24th March 2012, 09:36 PM
I am using the code
<?php include ("cjo/in.php"); ?>
as the first line on my index.php page, but all referrers are being counted at Bookmarks or Unknown. I let it go for a few days to make sure it wasn't just when I was clicking around on my sites. I tried the full path to in.php (http://www.domain.com/cjo/in.php) with the same results. Only sites thats are tracking right are from toplists, not any tgps that are directed though different domains. Like a link on tgppage.com to my site, you click goes through siteorganizerdomain.com to redirect to page with cjo installed. Hope I explained that all right.

I am on hostgator and use site organizer for pages.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks

ICEFIRE
26th March 2012, 03:37 PM
The include you are using should be ok.

<?php include ("cjo/in.php"); ?>


Not sure how site organizer works, but as long as the redirect it uses is a HTTP 302 code it should be ok and most browsers will pass the referrer information.

If you are running blog sites, try disabling wp cache option. Most wordpress cache systems also cache the http headers, so CjOverkill always gets no information or wrong cached info regardless of where the surfer comes from.


If the problem still persists, will need some more info about your site in order to tell you how to fix it.