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I'm trying to implement dynamic events in my platform to trackearlos.

My question is:

For generating these events and who are trackeados in Google Analytics to put the push of the "onclick" to do something else?

I put this in my links:

<a href="#" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Videos', 'Play', 'Baby\'s First Birthday']);">Play</a>  

That alone should of tracked at me in Google Analytics. I'm in the category VIDEOS PLAY action is and the name is BABY'S FIRST BIRTHDAY not?

Or do I have to do something else?

The idea is that it will automatically put those goals in google analytics or do I need from Google Analytics in panel enlist hand sequence each event / goal?

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Yes, providing you have the _gaq array set up in your code then that should work. If you use Firefox install OmniBug - that will allow you to see the requests you make to Google re. Analytics. – crmpicco Dec 10 '13 at 16:21
    
Yeah Thanks! ;) – cbeneyto Dec 10 '13 at 18:56
    
@cbeneyto If you find the solution please post it as Answer so that other users can know the correct answer :-) – Sathiya Kumar Dec 16 '13 at 13:29

crmpicco says:

Yes, providing you have the _gaq array set up in your code then that should work. If you use Firefox install OmniBug - that will allow you to see the requests you make to Google re. Analytics.

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