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    Topic:   Google Analytics  

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      It looks like that google has change the code in “google analytics” so it doesn’t work in Kiwitrees anymore.
      The new code looks like this : <!– Global Site Tag (gtag.js) – Google Analytics –>
      <script async src=””></script>
      window.dataLayer = window.dataLayer || [];
      function gtag(){dataLayer.push(arguments)};
      gtag(‘js’, new Date());

      gtag(‘config’, ‘UA-xxxxxx-x’);

      i have tried to remove <script> but that doesn’t solve the problem, any one have a idea
      Best regards
      Ole H Madsen


      1660 posts

      You are correct. That code cannot be used in the Kiwitrees “custom javascript” tool.

      But it is for the new Google “Tag manage” tool. Are you sure you need that? Their website says:

      Our free tool Google Tag Manager can help you add tags to your site if you have many analytics and tracking tags. Consider using Google Tag Manager if:

      • You use multiple analytics and ad performance tracking tools that require site tags.
      • Adding tags to your website slows down your ability to run marketing campaigns.

      I would not think either of those apply to many kiwitrees sites. Your existing GA code should still work OK. MIne does.

      If you do want to use Tag Manager, you will need to study the implementation instructions for that at the Google Analytics page, and manually apply the full code to a custom header.php file (described here:

      My personal kiwitrees site is
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