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    Having so much relevant portfolio information on a homepage makes it hard to measure user engagement.

    On my site users could easily spend 10 minutes clicking through portfolio items on the homepage, and then close the window. This will show as a bounce in google analytics even when there was so much user engagement.

    The best workaround to track this is to insert Google analytics event tracking into every ajax call that enlarges a portfolio item. However I have no idea how to do it.

    Can anyone offer any guidance for which files and lines to insert the event tracking code into.

    The code line that needs to be inserted for each click event is Play

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    I’m not familiar with Google tracking events and I can only point you to the right direction. In js/avia.js you can find following line:

    //start ajax request
    $.ajax({

    add your code before these lines (or after the ajax jquery function).

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