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UtmCookie

PHP library to save utm parameters from url into cookie for later use. PHP 7.1 is required for version 2.0.0+. If you need PHP 5.4+ compatibility use 1.0.6 version.

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Overview

UtmCookie saves utm parameters from url into cookie with defined lifetime (default 7 days). Than cookie (utm) can be used later without parsing google or any other cookies.

It handles utm parameters:

  • utm_campaign
  • utm_medium
  • utm_source
  • utm_term
  • utm_content

You can get them with original name or wihout "utm_" (for example just "source" for "utm_source" - you can use both) - see examples.

Installation (via composer)

Get composer and add this in your requires section of the composer.json:

{
    "require": {
        "xsuchy09/utm-cookie": "*"
    }
}

and then

composer install

Usage

Basic Example

UtmCookie::init(); // just init - read utm params and cookie and save new values (is auto called by first call of UtmCookie::get method)
UtmCookie::get(); // get all utm cookies as array
UtmCookie::getObject(); // get all utm cookies as object (stdClass)
UtmCookie::get('utm_source'); // get utm_source
UtmCookie::get('source'); // get utm_source

Set lifetime of utm cookie

$dateInterval = DateInterval::createFromDateString('7 days');
UtmCookie::setLifetime($dateInterval);

Set name of utm cookie

UtmCookie::setName('utm');

Set if overwrite all utm values even if only one detected.

Default TRUE. If set to false, utm value is overwite only if set (others will stay).

UtmCookie::setOverwrite(false);

More examples can be found in the examples/ directory.

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