Purpose/benefit of creating tracking endpoint? FAQ

Super plugin!

I see in the settings the message “The plugin is currently not using an optimized tracking endpoint. To address, create a file named koko-analytics-collect.php in your WordPress root directory with the following file contents…”

Seems easy enough to do this, but is there any documentation about what exactly this does in simple terms? What’s the benefit or comparison with vs. without using the .php file?

Consider adding this info to the plugin’s info FAQs

p.s. I actually just checked cPanel file manager (shared hosting) and the file koko-analytics-collect.php already did exist in the root of the (addon domain) folder. So I wonder why the plugin settings is telling me the file does not exist? Is it checking on the root folder of the primary domain for the shared hosting perhaps?

Hmmm…

Thank you!

  • This topic was modified 1 hour ago by wordmax.

 

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