This very simple plugin allows you to quickly connect your website to your Google Analytics account for complete tracking. Within one setting view you’ll be able to add your GA 4 ID, page location, and any desired custom GTag objects and custom code.
Steps to Enable Google Analytics 4:
- Create a GA 4 account Click here
- Take note of your tracking ID
- Add your tracking ID to the plugin settings
- Select location of the tracking code (not Google recommendation)
- Set any custom Gtag Object(s) if desired
- Set any Custom Code to be included with your tracking script
- Set location of your Custom Code if necessary
- Simple GA 4 Tracking ID Entry
- Set script location
- Ability to add custom GTag Objects
- Ability to add custom code entries & location
- Plugin support via email
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- Upload the entire
google-analytics-ddfolder to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Configure Google Analytics 4 ID?
Click on “DoubleDome GA4” in left sidebar menu of WordPress Admin. On this page, click on “PLUGIN SETTINGS” and enter Google Analytics 4 Measurement ID into “Google Analytics 4 Measurement ID” field. Select the Google Analytics Tag location placement and click on “Save Changes” button. That’s it. Google Analytics tracking will start working.
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Contributors & Developers
“DoubleDome – Google Analytics Setup” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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- Fixed an issue with undefined variable on PHP 8
- Tested upto WordPress 6.1.1
- Initial release of the plugin.