Install Tracking Codes On Your Concrete CMS v5.7 Website

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Mar 7, 2016

Install Tracking Codes On Your Concrete CMS v5.7 Website

Installing Site wide Tracking

Or once logged into your concrete website go to Dashboard > Systems And Settings > Tracking Codes. Add the code into the box and press save and you're all done. Tracking Codes on Individual pages When on the page you want to track go into edit mode. Select Properties > Attributes > Header Extra Content. Add the code into the box and press save and you're all done

Contributed by Matt Eldridge https://www.meltdesign.co.uk/

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