Support » Plugins » [Plugin: Google Analytics for WordPress] Tracking code missing in firefox but present in IE

  • Hi,

    My tracking code appears on IE browser (View Source) but it does not appear in Firefox (View Page Source) when I use this plugin and configure my settings from my WP admin. Therefore right now I have manually added the tracking code into my pages.

    wp_footer(); in footer.php is getting called too.

    Can somebody tell what is happening? I am using WP 2.7

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  • I having the same problem. I am also using Wp 2.7

    I am also having the same problem. Using WordPress 2.7, site is: http://www.blacksheepvineyard.com

    I wonder if this gets noticed by it’s Author……As it is quite a serious bug.

    My code is there in IE and Firefox, but nowhere in Chrome. Any thoughts out there?

    I having the same problem. I am also using Wp 2.7 Site: http://www.idea2site.com. On other my site based on old version this plugin works right.

    Same here. Wp 2.7.

    Outbound scripts are in place, but that’s all. pageTracker never gets initiated. Safari, Firefox, neither works.

    For those with different results with different browsers: try logging out of WordPress and check again 🙂 I’m guessing all of you have that same problem :).

    I wish it was about being logged in but our site’s visits had been down to 0 since I posted here (and no, it’s never been that way before).

    And setting “Track the administrator too” does not change anything, either.

    As I write this I think found the culprit. I have two “Track full URL of outbound clicks or just the domain?” settings in the plugin settings page. Setting the latter (the label of which should probably be “place for the tracking code” or so) to “header” seemed to fix this problem.

    To make things clear for everyone: my problem was not having wp_footer() function call in my theme.

    Other issues in this thread were probably resolved according to Joost’s guidance: “: try logging out of WordPress and check again”

    IF you dont have this WP footer in your theme – where does it go? what php?

    it should be just this:

    <?php wp_footer(); ?>

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