If you are trying to use Google In-Page Analytics to find out which links, in your web page, users have clicked, you might find the following error message from google: “We’ve identified problems in your setup.
These may cause problems loading In-Page Analytics.Your site doesn’t load ga.js from Google. If you host the Google tracking code on your own servers, it isn’t updated automatically and can miss important changes.”
Follow these simple steps to solve this issue:
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On the browser a pop-up message will appear at the bottom of the window:
Click on “Show all content” and the script will load correctly.
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On the browser’s address bar, click on the shield that appears on the right hand corner:
Then you’re notified that the site contains an unsafe script, and you’re given the option to run the script.
Click on “Load unsafe script” and the report will load as it should.
Have you configured Enhance Link Attribution yet? It will provide you with better data for your analysis.