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Hi, 

 

 

My Tag Assistant Report has found two Google Analytics Account. It looks like I only have access to view details on only one of them. I can recognise one of the tags and I verified that the one I can see is associated with my AG account. 

 

My question is: How can i find where my other tag (to which I have limited access) is located and how do I remove it?

 

Thanks so much!

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Hi,

 

Can you post your site URL so we can check?


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Yes, thank you Smiley Happy

 

www.yanaphotography.co.uk

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Still struggling to sort this out... anyone? 

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Hi,

 

The other tracking code belongs to Instagram, it comes with the instagram widget that you have at the bottom of your pages. There is no way to remove it without removing the widget. It does not affect your tracking.

I found that your tracking code is added to the footer of the pages, it is recommended to have it in the head tag to ensure that is executed early in the loading sequence. Hope this helps.


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Oh, thanks so much! I will look if I can move it easily... It's a Prophoto template so, not everything can be changed. 

Thanks again.