Use userTrack to:
Demo:If you want you can go to www.usertrack.net , navigate a bit through the website and then go to the demo page to check out your recording .
- Record user mouse interactions on your website.
- You can view click heatmaps, mouse movement heatmaps, scroll heatmaps, statistics or even full recordings of user activity on your website.
The script is continuously updated based on feedback and bug reports.
- PHP (pdo_mysql extension enabled) and MySQL access on the server
- HTML5 doctype
- Google Chrome browser is required for accessing the userTrack dashboard.
- Large monitor resolution is preferred for improved experience (1080p)
- Note that the script doesn’t record interactions on iframes because those interactions are not sent to the current document by the Browser due to security reasosns
- The script is not suitable for highly-trafficked websites. Companies who offer heatmaps have a cloud network to store and process all this data and require a monthly fee based on how much you use. userTrack works even on a shared hosting, but having more then 2-3 thousand recordings may slow down the script. It is recommended to remove all old recordings once in a while.
- If a user has to log-in in order to access a specific area of the website you will not be able to view recordings on that area as long as you are not logged in as well. Also, if you are logged in as a different user you may see their actions done on your user panel.
Quick note about how we manage our CodeCanyon itemsOnce we launch a new item we keep improving it based on feedback, so if you buy an item as soon as it appears you will still be able to get for free all the latest versions (we will never create a new item just because it is a new and improved version, we simply update this one) and also if you ever want something included in a current item, simply send us an e-mail or post in the comment section and we will do our best to include the feature you want.
ChangeloguserTrack 2.1.0 (22 May 2017)
- NEW! Interface update.
- NEW! The ability to scale the size of the heatmap points.
- NEW! Ability to scale the entire iframe/heatmap. This means you can easily view heatmaps for users who had larger screen resolution than yourself.
- NEW! Changing the page by clicking inside the iframe will also update the heatmap data. This means you can now change the page for which to view the heatmaps for by simply navigating through your website.
- Started refactoring most of the codebase.
- Many other UI/UX improvements.
- Dashboard performance improvements.
- Fixed a bug where sharing a recording did not work if the tracked site was from a different domain.
- The API to get visitors IP has been replaced with a local implementation.
- Improved IP2Location API usage, performance and accuracy.
- City of visitor is also displayed while hovering over the country flag.
- Created the foundation for a new and improved permissions system.
- Security improvements.
- NEW! Share recording. You can now share a recording via a public link.
- NEW! IPv6 support for country flag detection.
- Performance improvements
- UI bug fixes
- Starting with this version the database structure will auto-update if necessary. This means that you wil most likely be able to keep your old data while upgrading to a new version.
- Several UX improvements.
- WordPress version bug fixes (click position is displayed correctly regardless the visibility of the WP admin bar)
- WordPress version UX improvements.
- NEW! Basic mobile tracking support.
- NEW! Window resize event is also tracked.
- Disable MySQL 5.7 FULL GROUP BY error bug.
See changelog in Quick Start Guide for old versions
Major versions release dates
userTrack 1.9 (20 June 2016)
userTrack 1.8 (09 February 2016)
userTrack 1.7 (4 April 2015)
userTrack 1.6 (8 September 2014)
userTrack 1.5 (11 February 2014)
Version 1.4 (16 July 2013)
Version 1.3 (01 April 2013)
Version 1.2 (18 February 2013)
Version 1.0 (01 February 2013)
Note that this is a very complex script and may still have some bugs, if you find any send the details to firstname.lastname@example.org .