Here are listed  types of URL addresses that you can add to TrackDuck projects and customize their workings in TrackDuck.

TrackDuck attributes URL addresses to projects according to an exact URL address that has been added to a project. For instance:

  • If trackduck.com is added to a project, all other websites containing trackduck.com, e.g. www.help.trackduck.com, http://help.trackduck.com/wp-admin, www.blog.trackduck.com, etc. will be attributed to the same project and TrackDuck toolbar will show up on all of them.
  • Also, if blog.trackduck.com is added to your project, all other websites containing  blog.trackduck.com e.g.,  www.blog.trackduck.com, blog.trackduck.com/dir1/page1, etc. will be attributed to the same project and TrackDuck toolbar will show up on them, though it will not on e.g. trackduck.com.

If the same URL is added either with http or https, it is regarded as exactly the same URL.

 

However, if you want to attribute websites having the same URL to different projects in TrackDuck, there is a list of ways of how to do that.

 1. By port numbers

Port numbers have to be added in an explicit manner. Otherwise TrackDuck will not recognize them as separate URLs and TrackDuck toolbar will not show up.

For instance, if you have http://mydomain.com added to your project, you should write http://mydomain.com:5000 in order to attribute the latter URL to a different project.

2. By paths

http://mydomain.com/project1
http://mydomain.com/project2

3. By port numbers and paths

http://mydomain.com:9000/project1
http://mydomain.com:9000/project2

4. By ports, paths and subdomains

http://subdomain1.mydomain.com:9000/project1
http://subdomain1.mydomain.com/project2
http://subdomain1.mydomain.com

5. By Nth level domain names

http://mydomain.com
http://subdomain1.mydomain.com
http://subdomain2.subdomain1.mydomain.com

 

 Locahost hostnames

TrackDuck supports locahost hostnames.  In order to attribute locahost  hostnames to different projects,  they should also be split by either a port number e.g.:

http://localhost:3000
http://localhost:5000

or by a path, e.g.:

http://localhost:9000/project1
http://localhost:9000/project2.

 

IP addresses

TrackDuck supports IPv4  addresses (you may need to use an IP address if you do not have a domain name, for instance). IP addresses can be attributed to different projects in the same way as locahost is, by specifying a port number, e.g.:

http://192.168.1.1:3000
http://192.168.1.1:5000

specifying a path, e.g.:

http://192.168.1.1/project1
http://192.168.1.1/project2

or by specifying both a port number and a path, e.g.:

http://192.168.1.1:9000/project1
http://192.168.1.1:9000/project2

 

Do you still have some questions? Drop us a line at contact@trackduck.com and we’ll answer them all.