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Does LaunchPage Kill Google Analytics?

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teobishop    0
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I've loaded the plugin "launchpad" LaunchPage onto a new site I'm working on, and I'm running into a problem with Google Analytics.

 

The launchpad LaunchPage looks fine, and functions well from a design standpoint, but Google isn't able to find my tracking code. I've entered it into the Pagelines "Site Options" page, just as I have for all of my other sites running Pagelines. But, Google can't find the code.

 

I even added a separate Google Analytics plugin to see if I could circumvent whatever the problem was in Pagelines, but Google still can't track the site.

 

Is anyone having a similar problem?

 

Teo


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Teo Bishop

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Simon    247
Simon

Which launchpad plugin are you referring to?

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But in the source of your page, is the code there?

 

Can you provide a url to that page please?

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Yes, the code is there. That's the strange part. Perhaps it's a Google problem? (Checking to see if I have everything verified on that end.)

 

The page is here.


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Made the change. It's only up in the header now, and the Property ID also shows up one of the Wordpress SEO fields (which is how I have it configured on other sites).

 

Still no recognition.


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Simon    247
Simon

Well, I dont know what to suggest other than google support, the code is there we can both see it ;)

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Exactly.

 

Here's a strange thing: I just checked the actual analytics data, and it's reading. I'm tracking. The admin page shows that I'm not connected, but I'm tracking!

 

Google = Confused

 

So sorry for taking up your time. I appreciate you helping me sort through this.


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Teo Bishop

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Creator of the Solitary Druid Fellowship

Author of Bishop In The Grove

Blogger at HuffPost Religion

 

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