Fixing a Problem With Google Analytics Tracking Code in Elementor
If you’re having trouble integrating Google Analytics tracking code into Elementor, you may have encountered a problem. The good news is that there are a number of ways to fix the issue. In this article, we’ll discuss troubleshooting, setting up a firing rule, and adding custom code to Google Analytics tracking code.
You might be experiencing trouble with your Google Analytics tracking code. First, go to the Network tab and select “collect.” This will show you all of the hits that were sent to Google Analytics’ endpoint. You will also see the response code 200, which is an indication that the request was successful. Then, choose the right type of request.
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Setting up a firing rule
Adding tracking code to your Elementor page is easy with the help of Google’s tracking code. To add Google Analytics tracking to your page, go to the Custom Code option and paste your Google Analytics tracking code into the provided field. After this, click Publish. A popup will appear asking where you want to display the code. The default option should be Entire Site. If not, you can select it and click Save & Close.
Alternatively, you can exclude Elementor’s preview mode. For this, use the CSS selector p=.elementor-preview.preview=true. You can also check the filter’s effects on the data in the past seven days by refreshing your page.
Adding custom code to Google Analytics tracking code
You can use the custom code feature of Elementor to add Google Analytics tracking code to your website. All you have to do is paste the tracking code into the HTML Code field on the left panel. After that, click on the “Publish” button. Your new code will be applied to every page.
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Integrating Google Analytics with Elementor
If you have used Google Analytics on your site, you may be wondering if you can use the tracking code in Elementor. If so, there are a few steps to follow. To begin, you must first sign up for an account with Google Analytics. Once you have done so, you can find your tracking code under Admin -> Data streams.
Next, you need to find a way to make the form trigger the Google Analytics tracking code. To do this, you need to find a way to set a CSS selector so that you can tell the code to fire when a form is submitted.