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How to add Google Analytics in 0.9.2?

edited February 2006 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
Ok, i searched and searched but still no luck. where should i put the code ? i can't find the head.php nor index.php that contains <body>.

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    edited February 2006
    If you do a quick search on the forum for 'Google Analytics', you'll find this: http://lussumo.com/community/discussion/1209/mint-extension-now-google-analytics/ Second post down gives you a bit of code. I suspect if you put that into a php file and upload it to your extensions dir then enable it in the extension manager you'll be set. (Dont forget to change the specifics of the google code to contain your user info)
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    i saw that one yes, but i can't understand the code: <script src="http://www.google-analytics.com/urchin.js" type="text/javascript"> </script> <script type="text/javascript"> _uacct = "UA-xxxxxx-x"; urchinTracker(); </script> aren't this suppose the have some name, description, version in a extension file?
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    Yeah. But theyre easily added. Give http://gez.int0rw3b.com/GoogleAnalytics.phps a go and see if it works.
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    yeah...i kinda did it. sorry but i am quite new in this forum :) . the link you gave me, the author "should" had describe how to implement it...but now i get it. thanks. / www.vietzon.com
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    hey cam_oai

    you've got a typo on the front page of vietzon.com. it says "Read ravel stories"
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    yeah i saw that , thanks. was busy to build the website and have to test the wordpress "CMS" ;)
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