My client has a problem with the following.
All his websites show correct in Google Analytics , except one domain.
Some of the links in Google Analytics show up as : /[url removed, login to view] , all the other domains show as /
He also has the feeling the visitors are constantly redirected from http// to wwww and soo get double content, but i not see them to be honest.
We do have some php warnings and notices which needs to be fixed before we go on with the use of ssl
PHP Notice: Undefined index: path in /home/user/domain/public_html/includes/classes/[url removed, login to view] for example
15 freelance font une offre moyenne de $108 pour ce travail
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I have read your requirements and think that I would be a great fit for this project, Ready to start Yes, I am working from 10+ years
hi, I probably can't do the PHP, but I know all about analytics, please check my profile for references. let us talk. Simon
Hello, I have more than 7 year of Google analytic and i can fix problem mentioned in job posting related to Google analytic. I will need Google analytic access (read & write permission on analytic). Let me repeat Plus
Dear Sir/Mam I will resolve all domain url issue in google analytics and all notice issue on your site PLEASE HAVE A LOOK ABOUT MY RATING AND REVIEWS I will complete your job successfully. I have 10+ years ex Plus
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Hello, my name is Adam. I have no idea what is the reason, but I'd like to take a look at this if you don't mind. As a freelancer, I specialise in fixing of web/server related errors and issues, including web-securit Plus
Looks like the PHP warnings are related to the redirect issue you're facing. There is a misconfiguration somewhere that isn't rewriting the domain properly, causing PHP and Google to be confused.
Lets Finish this ASAP. I have 5+ yrs exp on GA [login to view URL] . I am sure the problem will be resolved