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Lookery Amplifier


Lookery Amplifier adds the necessary JavaScript code to enable Lookery logging on any WordPress blog. This eliminates the need to edit your template code to begin logging.


Lookery Amplifier Has the Following Features:

  • Inserts tracking code on all pages WordPress manages.
  • Easy install: only need to know your Lookery tag.
  • Option to disable tracking of WordPress administrators.
  • Can include tracking code in the footer, speeding up load times.
  • Complete control over options; disable any feature if needed.


In your WordPress administration page go to Options > Lookery Amplifier. From there enter your Lookery tag and enable logging. Information on how to obtain your Lookery tag can be found on the options page.

Once you save your settings the JavaScript code should now be appearing on all of your WordPress pages.


  • This is a screen shot of the settings page.


  1. Upload the folder lookery-amplifier to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Configure the plugin at Options > Lookery Amplifier


=Where is the Lookery Analytics code displayed?=

The Lookery Analytics code is added to the section of your theme by default. It should be somewhere near the bottom of that section.

=Why don’t I see the Lookery Analytics code on my website?=

If you have switched off admin logging, you will not see the code. You can try enabling it temporarily or log out of your WordPress account to see if the code is displaying.

Contributors & Developers

“Lookery Amplifier” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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