I’ve got Google Analytics installed on my blog, and everything’s working fine from my perspective. My stats look fine, too, except for one thing I just noticed. All of my “Top Content” (most viewed URLS) end in /index.php. So, a valid URL like
shows up in Google analytics as
Is this normal? The ../index.php URLs all bring up 404s, so I hope my visitors aren’t all somehow getting “page not found” errors. If Google isn’t adding the /index.php to my normal URLs itself, I don’t know how it’s getting there, because there are no links to any of these bad URLs anywhere on my site (I’ve checked).
Is it because the Analytics code is called by the loop, which lives in index.php? If so, why isn’t Google reporting the URL that my browser reports?
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