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Implementing code to my website

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Hello Guys,

 

I set up an website and a Google analytics account as well so i can track my site. I have copy paste the tracking code in each of my pages but it is been 3 days i havent received any reports from my site everything says 0. Could you please have a look on my web site if there is a mistake with the tracking code. My website is www.psylov.cf

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Hi,

The tracking code is broken because you have added it to your pages through the editor. It appears as normal text at the bottom of the pages. You need to add the tracking code to the head tag in your header template file. Let me know if you have questions.

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Thank you Arnold for your response

I did what you recommend. I added the code on my header template file i am
sending you a sreenshoot just to verify with you if i did it right please
have a look.

Regards



Herald Hida

Bachelor Degree in Automation Engineering

Master of Science in Information Systems and Business Management.

email:herald.hida@gmail.com

Tel: 0693791845

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Hi,

Unfortunately I don't see the screenshot.

The code is ok in the head tag now. However it appears a few more times in the source what is not correct.

I noticed that you use Basekit, please check the document below about Basekit and Google Analytics.

http://support.hostgator.com/articles/adding-google-analytics-to-basekit

Let me know if you are able to add the tracking code based on the document.

Arnold Majlath, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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Hello @Herald_Hida,

I do see that you have one correct instance of the Google Analytics code added in your head tags. However, you have inadvertently added your GA code EIGHT times to your source code, which will cause issues with GA reporting correctly.

You'll need to remove the 7 instances of GA on your website that appear outside your head code.

Let me know if that helps!

Nick