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I created a plugin that will ease the insertion of Google Analytics in Q2A.

- inserts GA tracking code in the <head> part of the pages;
- Can exclude Super Administrator visits from tracking (if you don't want to count yourself as a visitor)
- You only need the UA-xxxxxxx-x ID (not as of v. 1.1 - see below)

Here it is: https://github.com/kufeiko/QA-Google-Analytics-Plugin/releases/latest

Any feedback appreciated!


V. 1.1 is out!

What's new:

  • You must paste the whole tracking code, but that simplifies things and also:
  • should make the plugin compatible with other tracking services that could put js tracking code in the <head> section of the pages;
  • Now there's a ping URL that will notify you if the plugin gets a new version.


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+3 votes
Thanks Ivan for nice plugin.

I report small obstacle.

Even if it empties tracking code, script code remains.

google-analytics-layer.php (L10) ?
    // if (isset($google_UA)) {
    if (!empty($google_UA)) {
Gee, thanks for noticing! I've fixed it.
+3 votes
hi there,

I made a small patch for this plugin, that adds support for "setDomain" option of google analytics plugin... here updated source, pull request send also...