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Issues with Google Analytics

Thread began 9/20/2013 2:26 pm by Alexis | Last modified 9/20/2013 3:30 pm by Jason Byrnes | 386 views | 1 replies |


Issues with Google Analytics

There's a GA script in the <head> tags and I don't know how to access it. Under Settings > Store Location and Google Settings, there's the block for the script. It places it near the end of the document and that does show. So I have a GA script in the head and a GA script at the end of the document and because of this they clash and don't track.

In short - is there a way to access the head section of the website through the admin?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Power Store does not put any of the Google Analytics code in the head, the Power Google Analytics code will be just before the </body> tag.

If you have code in the head section, it must have been added to Template for your design.

Go to WebAssist/Themes/

in the theme folder, open the folder for the theme you are using then the templates folder and open the page.dwt.php file.

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