Configuring Google Analytics on the Aeon Web Pages

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If using Google Analytics to track web traffic across your institution's web pages, your Google Analytics site tag can be added to your Aeon web pages to facilitate data collection following the steps below:

  1. Locate your Google Analytics global site tag within the Google Analytics interface (for more information on accessing your site tag, see the Google documentation)

    Your Analytics global site tag will begin with:
    <!-- Global Site Tag (gtag.js) - Google Analytics -->
    and end with:
    </script>
  2. Copy and paste your entire Analytics site tag into the code for the include_head.html file in your Aeon web directory then save the file
  3. Optionally paste your Analytics site tag within the <head> element on the Logon.html file if you would also like to track data on this web page
  4. Google Analytics tracking is now enabled for your Aeon web pages. Note that it may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to begin after your changes are saved.
Note: If you are using multiple web directories, for example, one for Aeon authentication and one for remote authentication, then this change should be made to the include_head.html and Logon.html files in each directory.

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