Heatmap Code

Heatmap Code

Heatmap Code: A heatmap is a visual representation of where users click on your site. It pulls in data from actual user visits to show which elements on your page get the most attention, and which are being ignored. Areas that get lots of clicks “glow,” so the more clicks an area gets, the brighter it will appear in the heatmap.

What is a Heat Map, How to Generate One, Example and Case Studies
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