That would be a bug. I dunno if it’s one we can fix, but it’s worth filing a ticket about it, just in case.
You need to update the URL for the wbm, as you reference v1.0 versus the current v1.7. Also is there an easier way to have webmin remember virtualmin URL to check for updates on these modules?
Some mobile handsets support the OMA download standard that sends a download descriptor file with a .dd extension to the mobile handset.
The mobile handset then reads this file and makes a connection to collect the content specified in the file.
Once the content is download to the handset the handset again looks at the file for any call back url to call and confirm that the content has been download fully.
So it would be nice if the GA plugin only appended the JS to recognized file extensions eg. .htm, .html, .php etc OR even better would be to add the functionality to have an exclusion list, maybe allow regexes, this could excluded all matching file extensions or even file that have copy that matches anything in the exclusion list etc?
Sounds like you may want to submit a feature request/bug report regarding that, so Jamie can take a look.
And then he can offer is what you’re after is already possible – or if it’s not, he’ll be able to work with you to figure out the best way to handle that.
Server version: Apache/2.4.6 (CentOS)
Server built: Aug 7 2014 14:28:12
Name : mod_perl
Arch : x86_64
Version : 2.0.8
Release : 10.20140624svn1602105.el7
Size : 6.2 M
Repo : installed
From repo : epel
I have a question about Virtualmin Google Analytic module breaking my fancybox with:
setTimeout(‘document.location = “‘ + link.href + ‘”‘, 100);
Is there a way to edit the module so it inserts a different google standard tracking script that doesn’t break fancybox?