I'm not sure what Google currently recommend regarding where to place the snippet - it used to be before the closing </body> tag but the last time I set up an analytics profile, the recommendation was to place it before the closing </head> tag. I think there are more sophistocated setups which split the snippet too.

In any case, as regards vufind files, you'll probably only need to edit /web/interface/themes/[theme-name]/layout.tpl (where [theme-name] = classic, defaual, etc). All other templates use this file as a base & it contains the <html />, <head /> and <body /> elements. If you're enabling the mobile theme, you should add the snippet to its layout.tpl too (ie. /web/interface/themes/mobile/layout.tpl).

Hope this helps,

On 29 November 2010 12:19, Andy Latham <andy.latham@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi everyone,

I'm new to Vufind, so apologies for the "new boy" question :)

I've just got Vufind up and running with our (small) library catalogue and would like to integrate Google Analytics.

I was wondering if anyone could recommend a good place to insert the Google Analytics JavaScript snippet in the Vufind code and/or templates?

Many thanks in advance for any help you might be able to provide.

Best wishes


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