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How to customize the Web Analytics WhatsPopular Web Part?

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :C#

Hi All,


I am trying to customize the web analytics web part but cant seem to get any where. i am not seeing a visible option to filter results by Content Type (there is one in the whatspopular.js the run the control and there is a hidden row in the HTML with the controls).

Is it at all possible to filter by content type?

I also looked at developing a custom version of the web part but cant find any documentation on accessing the web Analytics data either via web services or object model.

Can the Web Analytics Web part be subclassed?



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