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In order for an event to be logged by Munchkin, one of the following needs to be true:
- the event is a standard browser pageview of an HTML document, and that doc loads the Munchkin JS library (i.e. the current doc is not a binary asset like a PDF, which cannot itself load JS)
- the event is a clicked link in an HTML document, and the link either has target=_blank or is the first link clicked on the page
- the event is a synthetic (fake) Visit Web Page or Click Link event, deliberately triggered via the Munchkin JS API
Simply redirecting the current page, using document.location.href or similar, to a binary asset will not generate a Munchkin log entry.
Thanks for the information.