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Joomla! User Group Atlanta Message Board › Google Analytics with Joomla

Google Analytics with Joomla

Rick M.
rickmatthews
Atlanta, GA
Post #: 3
Hi Everyone,

How do you like to handle google analytics in joomla? I have only pasted my analytics code into the template, but do any of you have an extension that you like?

Thanks,
Rick
Bobby T.
user 9580098
Atlanta, GA
Post #: 3
I use BIGSHOT. Works great.

http://extensions.joo...­
A former member
Post #: 1
I use jxAnalytics, does a great job - exactly what I need.

http://extensions.joo...­
A former member
Post #: 1
This is something I don't get. What do these extensions do other than copy the analytics code into your index.php. Can't you do that yourself without having another module to keep up with?

Lori
A former member
Post #: 2
You can, of course, just add the code to the template. We use these extentions because on some of our sites, the client has a "season-" or "holiday-specific" template that can be changed, and having it in a module allows us to not worry about adding code to each and every template.
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