Tagged: Google Analytics Tracking Code
I am using the latest version of Genesis and the Copyblogger child theme.
I am trying to run an experiment in Google Analytics and it tells me to put my Google Analytics tracking code AFTER the experiment code, so I tried to delete the Google Analytics tracking code from the wp_head() box in the Genesis Theme head script box to the wp_footer() box but the code is still in the header of my pages.
How can I fix this problem so that I can run my experiment in Google Analytics?
You can use the scripts box on all edit screens running Genesis 2.0 or hook in the script using PHP code:
The Genesis > Theme Settings > Footer Scripts should load the script in the footer.
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It looks fine to me. I wonder if your Super Cache just needed to clear.
Dave Chu · Custom WordPress Developer – likes collaborating with Designers
I guess I just need to clear my cache – I see it is working now.
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