How to install Google Analytics on WordPress via Google Tag Manager
- Set up Google Tag Manager.
- Add Google Tag Manager to your WordPress Child Theme.
- Create two functions.
- Create a new tag.
- Configure this tag.
- Set a trigger.
- Click ‘Save’
- Debug your new tag.
How do I add Google Analytics to enfold theme?
Enable Google Analytics from the theme options Google Analytics can be enabled from Enfold Theme Options > Google Services > Google Analytics > Google Analytics Tracking Code.
How do I add Google Analytics to my WordPress theme?
Log in to your WordPress dashboard and navigate to Appearance » Theme Editor. Now click the Theme Header (header. php) file on the right-hand side below the Theme Files section. Paste the tracking code you just copied from your Analytics profile before the closing tag.
How do I add codes to child theme?
Navigate to Appearance > Themes and then go to Add New. Now click on Upload Theme. Click on browse and navigate to the downloaded zakra-child zip file and click on Install Now. Activate the Zakra Child Theme.
How do I create an enfold child theme?
Go to Appearance > Themes; choose Enfold Child. [Note: If you do not see Themes as an option, insert themes. php after “wp-admin/” at the end of the URL.] Enfold Child will now appear as an option in the WordPress menu and the site’s default screen (i.e. the blog roll) will have the theme’s default style.
Is enfold compatible with Elementor?
yes, some people already ask if Enfold is compatible with the page builder Elementor. I am using Enfold and Elementor and the pages built with Elementor aren’t mobile responsive. It works just with a standard WordPress theme, but not Enfold.
How do I add Google Analytics to a WordPress plugin?
To create this plugin, you’ll follow five steps:
- Check your active theme’s header. php file to ensure it includes the wp_head hook.
- Create a new file in your plugins folder.
- Get your analytics tracking code from the Google Analytics site.
- Add some code including the tracking code to your plugin.
- Activate the plugin.
How do I add Google Analytics to my website?
Get started with Analytics
- Create or sign in to your Analytics account: Go to google.com/analytics.
- Set up a property in your Analytics account.
- Set up a reporting view in your property.
- Follow the instructions to add the tracking code to your websiteso you can collect data in your Analytics property.
How do I add Google Analytics code to my website?
Google Analytics Tracking Code On the bottom left-hand side of the page, click Admin. From the left column titled Account, select an account from the dropdown menu. From the middle column titled Property, select a property from the dropdown menu. Under the Property column, click Tracking Info > Tracking Code.
How do I manually create a WordPress child theme?
Navigate to public_html -> wp-content -> themes folder. Create a New Folder by clicking its icon on the upper menu. Enter your child theme’s name and click Create. It’s recommended to use the parent theme’s name followed by a -child suffix.
How do you update a child theme?
CUSTOMIZING & UPDATING YOUR CHILD THEME
- Go to Appearance > Editor and select the child theme you want to edit and click on the Style.
- Copy the code snippet you wish to edit.
- Go to Divi > Theme Options and add the code snippet to the Custom CSS box.
- Go back to the child theme stylesheet and delete the code snippet.
Why is my child theme not working?
Check that you have activated the child theme. One way to ensure that you are using the child theme is to go to the theme editor (also found under Appearance) and check out the files. You should see the child theme name in the comments in the style. css file (as well as your changes further down in the file).
How do you check if Google Analytics is installed on a site?
For web pages you visit (and don’t own)
- Load a web page in the Chrome browser.
- Right-click the page, then click View page source.
- You should see a lot of code. Search the page for gtag. js or analytics. js (for Universal Analytics) or ga. js (for Classic Analytics).