OK, so I've created a lovely new shop in Wordpress using the Crafty Cart theme. I have created a report for it in Google Analytics, and pasted my Google Adsense ID using Adsense Optimizer.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
There is an excellent Analytics plug-in for Wordpress that automates the process. This way you won't have to enter code at all - just for your information.
Yeah, there's several plug-ins that will do it for you.
Just in case you decide to do it manually instead, go to the Theme Editor and find the file named something like footer.php, then paste the code right above the /body html tag.
Hey there, well there are two ways that you could add analytics to your wordpress manually or with a plug-in:
Doing it the manual way
1. Well first Login wordpress admin panel
2. Then go toGoto Appearance > Editor (theme editor)
3. Now Select the footer.php or index.php
4. Look for and find the </body> html tag
5. Copy and page the Google Analytics code before the </body> tag. Make sure its before that tag
6. Now click Update File to save all the changes you made.
But if you swap wordpress themes you will loose your Google Analytics tracking. That is why the plugin is the better option.
Adding Google Analytics with the Header or Footer plugin
1. Download and install the Header-Footer plugin
2. Goto Settings > Header-Footer
3. Cut and paste the google tracking code in the bottom footer textbox.
Hope it was helpful
Ah, so it's the footer where it goes! Thanks Kerry and Hroger.
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