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How do I install Google Analytics tracking into my WordPress blog (Hosted)

Here is a quick guide on how to setup your Google Analytics tracking on WordPress.

We recommend using a plugin called “All In One Webmaster” as it makes the process quick and easy.

Step 1: Download/install “All In One Webmaster” @ http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/all-in-one-webmaster/

Step 2: Login to your google analytics account

Step 3: Find the UA- profile number for your website you want to track, if you do not have one, go ahead and create one. (the profile id is located in the “Website Profiles” section of Google Analytics.)

Step 4: Copy that UA- Profile ID.

Step 5: Login to your WordPress blog, go to settings > All In One Webmaster.

Step 6: Locate the “Analytics Options” area in the plugin, and paste your UA- Profile id into the Google analytics field – http://screencast.com/t/K0HEC10G1

Step 7: Save it!

And that’s it! Once that process is complete you can now verify, and start tracking your site stats with Google Analytics.

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How to add comment numbering to your blog posts using Genesis

Here is a quick guide on how to add comment numbering to your WordPress posts if you are using a StudioPress/Genesis Theme.

Step 1: Download, install, and activate¬† “Greg’s Threaded Comment Numbering” Plugin

Step 2: Go to Appearance > Editor > Find functions.php, and add the following code to the file:

add_action ('genesis_before_comment', 'child_numbered_comments');
function child_numbered_comments () {
if (function_exists('gtcn_comment_numbering'))
echo gtcn_comment_numbering($comment->comment_ID, $args);
}

Here is an example:

Once you have done all that, you should now have all your comments on all your posts numbered.

 

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