I added google analytics to my agilitycourses.com website and was having problems getting the mobile version of the site to log analytics data after the first page. Google found this very helpful blog post: Using Google Analytics with jQuery Mobile and it got me very close to my final solution.

Since that time jQuery Mobile has changed to pageinit events and jqmData for page selectors, so I had to change the first line below to match the recomendations for the 1.x version of jQuery Mobile that I'm using:

  function (event, ui) {
    var url = '';
    var hash;
    try {
      /* urls begin with locale but track urls independent of locale: strip off leading locale */
      url = location.pathname.replace(/^/[-a-zA-Z_]{2,5}//, '');
      hash = location.hash;
      if (hash) {
        url = '/' + hash.substr(1); /* strip # from hash */
      _gaq.push(['_setAccount', 'UA-XXXXXXX-X'],
                ['_setDomainName', 'example.com'],
                ['_setSiteSpeedSampleRate', 100],
                ['_trackPageview', url]);
    } catch(err) {}

My mobile site uses both internal pages and AJAX loaded pages. So unlike the blog post's solution, I needed to use URLs with and without hashtags. Per the Google docs on _trackPageview I also added a leading slash to the hashed URL.

Another change for my site is urls are localized, they begin with the locale for the user's language via django-localeurl. So I strip the leading "/es/", "/ca-FR/" or "/en_GB/" from the URL before sending it to Google.

There are a couple other variables I push on the _gaq array. I log my mobile site (m.agilitycourses.com) as a subdomain of my desktop site so I followed the settings from the Google analytics and set the domain name. I also enabled client side page load and site speed settings.

So I put the code in the head of the original post in the head of my pages and the code snippet above in the foot of the pages.

Hope this is helpful for others.