I have already posted a WordPress plugin recommendation on the plugin “Google Analytics for WordPress” and it works great. But there is a few things that I personally find annoying. First of all, it not only adds the Analytics code to the header, but also “Powered by blah blah blah” and I find that egotistic of the developer. Secondly it’s the general placement of the code, in the header, which means that the visitors web-browser will load that as one of the first elements of the page. Which will slow down the download of the main content, which is very important to me. Next I will show you how you can add the code manually to your WordPress footer. Continue reading How To: Add Google Analytics Code to WordPress Manually
Finding it hard to add you’r Google analytics code to you’r WordPress page? Well then, this is the answer for you! There actually is a WordPress plugin for just that, and it’s called “Google Analytics for WordPress”, the name says it all!
As always, install it either trough the WordPress dashboard or download it HERE, upload it to you’r WordPress blog and install it.
Do you use Google Analytics for WordPress?
I have tried a number of cache plugins for wordpress, but DB Cache Reloaded has been the best one so far. It caches SQL database requests rather than whole pages, which is how WP Super Cache works, using less memory. This plugin CAN be used with WP Super cache if you really want to, but i don’t recommend it.
DB Cache Reloaded is actually an improved version of the previous just “DB Cache”, I think the reason for the new version is because of that the creator stopped supporting and developing the plugin.
What do you think?