suggested this on March 05, 2012 08:41 pm
It is me again ;) This time I have one suggestion. Could you allow some sort of visitor tracking? I would love to be able to add Google Analytics or some sort of visitor tracking to my page.
Amen! Great idea. We're not yet going down the path of tracking views of pictures and displaying to the photographer, but we will put this in the backlog of ideas. - Kristen
That would be fantastic. For now I figured out a work around. I thought I would share it. You can create your own page on your own site. If you embed the code in a page with some sort of visitor counter like Google analytics it will work. It would be nice to be a feature in the web software though.
Until I can share these on Flickr where I have a nice counter and already have family, friends etc tied in where I can just say Hey, go check out my Flickr! without having to send big long new URLs and descriptions, and building whole new webpages, using the Flickr uploader compared to Dreamweaver and an FTP client...Robert's idea is nice and all if it weren't such a pain in the asterisk to write all that CSS and html just to replicate what's already in existence....can't you just add the ability to stick a counter into my page here?
my view counter for pictures is not working. besides the views for each individual picture on lytro.com it would also be nice if ones public lytro page also kept track of the amount of visitors to the page, i.e. my pictures.lytro.com/jmn would keep the amount of times the page has been opened and display XX visitors, then each individual picture on pictures.lytro.com/jmn when opened would display the amount of views of each picture.
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