Assuming google is required, the following results were found.

  • Google calendar plugin

    Introduction The Google calendar plugin integrates events from Google calendars into DPCalendar through a plugin. It is a two way sync plugin, means that you can manage (create/edit/delete) the Google events from within your Joomla site. The ONLY way...

    https://joomla.digital-peak.com/documentation/dpcalendar/calendar-plugins/google-calendar-plugin
  • Privacy

    of our website may be entirely usable. We do not use tracking cookies or do support tracking cookies of ad companies like Google or Facebook. 4. Collection of general data and information The website of the Digital Peak GmbH collects a series of general...

    https://joomla.digital-peak.com/privacy
  • Google maps

    Introduction Google maps is well known for good map products. They also offer neat integration into any web site through an API. Since June 2016, a Google maps Javascript API key is needed to properly show Google maps within DPCalendar. More...

    https://joomla.digital-peak.com/documentation/dpcalendar/maps-setup/google-maps
  • GCalendar becomes DPCalendar Free

    GCalendar in the JED in 2007, over seven years ago, as a free (in beer and in use) extension. It was the only full featured Google calendar extension for Joomla at that time and continues to be the best Google calendar extension. The first version of...

    https://joomla.digital-peak.com/blog/169-gcalendar-becomes-dpcalendar-free
  • Editing Google event shows fields which are not applicable

    When editing a google event it shows fields like images which google does not understand. When editing a google event it shows fields like images which google does not understand.

    https://joomla.digital-peak.com/support/editing-google-event-shows-fields-which-are-not-applicable
  • Profiles

    Introduction GAnalytics shows your site statistics from google analytics. That it works you need a google account and the analytics service enabled. You have to create a profile for your web site in google analytics and import it into GAnalytics. To be...

    https://joomla.digital-peak.com/documentation/ganalytics/profiles
  • Getting started

    extensions of GAnalytics are installed. The modules and plugins must be enabled individually. Activate your web site in the google api console Here is the documentation how to activate your web site in the google api console. Without this step...

    https://joomla.digital-peak.com/documentation/ganalytics/getting-started
  • Introduction

    Google Analytics Google analytics is a service to track your visitors statistics and provide them in a intuitive interface. These data is also available as API for external applications. GAnalytics uses this API to fetch the statistics and integrate...

    https://joomla.digital-peak.com/documentation/ganalytics/introduction
  • Client-ID and Client-Secret

    Information Since the analytics API version 3 google requires for every API access a client ID and secret. This page describes how to obtain them and place add them into GAnalytics. More information about the google developer console can be found here...

    https://joomla.digital-peak.com/documentation/ganalytics/client-id-and-client-secret
  • Dashboard

    Introduction The dashboard of GAnalytics gives you a quick overview over your google analytics statistics. It is highly customizable and based on widgets which you can configure to your needs. It comes preconfigured with some of the most important...

    https://joomla.digital-peak.com/documentation/ganalytics/dashboard

Results 1 - 10 of 55
Cookies make it easier for us to provide you with our services. With the usage of our services you permit us to use cookies.
More information Ok Decline