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I received this error " No HTTP response" in my Tag assistant . I have reinstalled a new script under a new property ( under google analytic) but yet this error is still shown.

 

I try to verify the tracking code . There is also no real time visit to my site too even from my own IP address.

 

Please advise. thanks

 

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No HTTP response

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Hi :-)

Is there a canonical domain setup .. eg is the site www or non-www?
- It should only be accessible via one or the other.

Is the correct one entered into the Property and View settings?

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the website is www

 

I am using http://www for my property and view setting... still there is this error 

 

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Hi

 

I also enter the correct one http://www. into my property and view setting. I have even reinstalled my code using another joomla google analytic extension. The error still show" No http response detected" I need an advice. Thanks

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the website:

www.centurylandmgt.com

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There is no canonical domain.. 

if you type www.centurylandmgt.com or centurylandmgt.com
You can access the website via both domain names

 

If you want www.centurylandmgt.com to be the domain name used by site visitors for social sharing, linking back to, search engines for indexing and similar, then usual best practice is to create a 301 permanent redirect to redirect (in this instance) the non-www to www version of the domain name.

 

GA Cookie domain should usually be set to auto by default.

 

Have you tried configuring the joomla extension without scroll tracking etc.. to get a default installation working first, and then making modifying it for extra tracking functionality.

 

Usually when it comes to 3rd party extensions, addons, plugins etc for CMSs or websites, if they don't work as expected, you need to seek support from the developer.

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Thanks for advise.I will work on it