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  • It seems Google Analytics for WordPress 2.0 plugin is not working with wp 2.3.1

    Anyone having similar problem ?
    Is there any better plugin to add google analytics code on your blog.

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  • Can’t you just add those few lines from analytics to the footer of your theme?

    Moderator Samuel Wood (Otto)

    (@otto42) Admin

    The plugin allows it to track a lot of different things and options:

    Seems to me (from a quick glance at the code) that it should work with 2.3.1. What problems is it having?

    In addition to Otto’s reply: I’ve posted about Local Analytics plugin 100% working on WordPress 2.3.1 with cache capibility. Read on my blog or author site.

    Yes I can … but as Otto42 mentioned it is more than what google analytics provides me. Secondly, I keep changing the theme in 4-6 months, so I don’t want to risk forgetting to add those few lines of code.

    The problem I was facing was that it does not show the google analytics code at all in the source code of the web page and google was not registering any hits.

    I have shifted to another google analytics plugin now. Its called sem-google-analytics and it can be found at

    Its working fine for me. I dont know why its not on wordpress site.



    I have just updated two of my blogs to wordpress 2.6 and have installed this ‘Google Anaytics for wordpress’ plugin on both blogs. Neither works!!

    WordPress is at the root of both domains.

    When I view source on any of the posts or homepages on either domain I dont see the ga.js google tracking code anywhere. Hmm.

    I have checked the options and i am using default settings. Seems rather odd. Perhaps the plugin doesn’t have rights to publish, I login as admin though, so it should

    I’m confused! Anyone?

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