[Resolved] [Plugin: Googlyzer] broke state connection
Can you elaborate? We’ve tested running Googlyzer while having a simultaneous direct connection to Google Analytics in another browser window in Firefox, Chrome, and Safari with no issues discovered. Not sure what issue you encountered.
The page you have requested cannot be displayed. Another site was requesting access to your Google Account, but sent a malformed request. Please contact the site that you were trying to use when you received this message to inform them of the error. A detailed error message follows:
The site “http://modelcrowd.com” has not been registered.
The site been with google for more than 2 yrs. after I try to run ur code I get 404 error popup.. in chrome
Google Site Verification
You’re just a few simple clicks away from verifying this blog!
Verifying your blog… failed, due to an error:
Error calling https://www.googleapis.com/siteVerification/v1/webResource?verificationMethod=META&alt=json: (400) The necessary verification token could not be found on your site.
Ok, thanks for the additional info. As you may have already found, there is a post on the Googlyzer support forum related to the initial error you listed ‘…malformed request… domain not registered…’ here.
If you are absolutely certain that your site is already registered with Google correctly, then look at 1 of the following to resolve:
- What URL is registered with Google Analytics? If it is http://www.modelcrowd.com, then you need to do 1 of 2 things. 1 – try using the full URL (including ‘www’) when accessing the site (including your WP admin console), or 2 – also register http://modelcrowd.com (without ‘www’) with Google. Google doesn’t seem to recognize that both URLs are the same domain (though it certainly seems like they should).
- Check to make sure you’re signed into Google with the account that is associated with Google Analytics (if you have multiple Google accounts and you’re signed in (via any other browser sessions with a Google account that does not have a Google Analytics profile, then authentication will fail).
With regards to the last error you listed, this does not appear to have anything to do with Googlyzer. Googlyzer does not have any means to alter or remove pre-existing cookies or authentication tokens. Are you perhaps using the Google Site Verification plugin? If so, I found this thread of support posts related to this error.
Let us know how these suggestions pan out, we’d definitely like to hear whether your issues are resolved.
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