eCommerce

How to implement Bronto Email JavaScript Conversion tracking in Google Tag Manager

This tutorial will show you how to setup Bronto Advanced JavaScript Conversion tracking using Google Tag Manager. Bronto Advanced JavaScript tracking gives you more visibility to all of the products that customers are purchasing, then allows you to create better segmentation based on better conversion data. This blog post from Bronto is a good explanation of what benefits you will get from Advanced conversion tracking. Google Tag Manager allows setup and deployment of third-party tracking and conversion pixels in a more controlled environment without the help of IT resources. (more…)

HTML5

What are Web Hooks?

In an effort to push my skills front-end development with jQuery, I have began trying to learn more about Web Hooks. Web Hooks are essentially user-defined callbacks or events, which can be used in a number of different ways as perfect example is chartbeat.com (a real-time web analytics application.) (more…)

JavaScript

jQuery: Text Input Split Tutorial

This tutorial will show you how to take one input field and split the contents into two hidden fields, which is useful when you have limited space on a form. In my example, I have a field called Name, but I would like the value split into two fields and stored in the database in two different columns First Name and Last Name. Using JavaScript and a little simple trickery, we can make this happen. (more…)

JavaScript

Smashing jQuery Book – Editing Stage Complete!

As of Thursday November 4, I have completed phase two of the editing stage of my book Smashing jQuery. I started the project back in July, completing the writing stage at the end of September, then completed the first round of author review in October and the second round of Author review on Thursday November 4. Im happy to say that the book is on it's way to Production and I can finally take a breather! (more…)

jQuery

Smashing jQuery Book.

Hello, It has been a few months since I have written a post, but for good reason. I have been busy both at work with two new website implementations and more importantly in my spare time I have been writing a book on jQuery. The book is titled "Smashing jQuery" and should be out by the end of the year, Im guessing. (more…)