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  • Hi there,

    We were doing a ton of A/B testing using google website optimizer and everything was working quite well …

    Now that Google have developed the same functionality within Analytics (“experiments”), we thought we’d move there to start running experiments (and WSO will be decommissioned soon!).

    Unfortunately when validating the tracking code (when you cut and paste the js into the page), I kept getting a “Web server rejects utm_expid.
    Your server doesn’t support added query arguments in URLs” error …

    I believe this is down to us enabling the use of “#” instead of “?” for campaign tracking – because if I uncheck this option in the plugin the Analytics error goes …

    Has anyone else experienced the same problem, and if so, any ideas on how to fix? Any help is much appreciated!

    Thanks in advance,

    bengfm

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/google-analytics-for-wordpress/

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