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Add Google Analytics Action... Add Google Analytics to your iWeb site.
  • Publish the site from iWeb to MobileMe or a folder.
  • Run the Add Google Analytics Finder Plugin on the Web site files.
  • If you published to a folder - upload the iWeb site.

It requires that you get a Google Analytics ID.

Read the readme and see the screen shots.
Visit the Google Analytics pages for the information you will need.

What's New

Version 1.3.6:
  • Updated to latest Google Analytics code (google continue to support their old analytics code).


Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later, Google Analytics account (free).

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Tim Archer Member IconComment+0
Tim Archer

I ran this action and it wiped out all the comments on my site. No, I'm not pleased.

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Version 1.2.3
AppleCrypt Mods

I'm sorry to say that same thing has happened here :-(
Yelp! TIA

Echo One (Developer)

This bug was fixed in version 1.3.2

wmepercy Member IconComment+0

Hello Henrik,
Thank you for offering this Automator script. It looks very handy. I've followed your instructions but Google reports it can't find the code. I have three questions.

1. There is a check box in the Automator work flow which says Old style analytics code. When I set up my user account with Google Analytics there were two types of code. I think I got the newer version even though I left the check box checked. Will this cause problems?

2. You advise running the Google Analytics plug-in on a site published by iWeb to a folder. I have a .Mac account. Can I run the plug-in on the iDisk folder which contains my site? Alternatively, should I publish to a folder on my HD, run the script then upload that folder to my iDisk?

3. Google say check that the code has been successfully added by choosing 'View as source' from the browser menu. They say the code should appear immediately before the tag.
When I look at my site's source code in Safari it appears right at the bottom of the page. Is that why Google says it can't find my code. My account number is correct but it is stuck at the bottom of the page of code.

Can you offer any advice?

Thank you.
Will Percy


PS I'm posting here because the support link email address on your site didn't work.

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Version 1.2.1

You might want to try this email address:



Sorry, about question 3:
I looked again and the code is in the right place immediately before the body tag.
I was confused because I saw another 'body' tag at the top of the page and expected it to be there.

But why isn't Google recognising it?


I tried the email address and the message was returned with this explanation

'Recipient address rejected: User unknown in local recipient table'

Echo One (Developer) Member IconDev+16
Echo One (Developer)

Hi Ville,

I have improved the instructions with 2 short video clips.
The first shows how to create the Automator Plugin.
The second how to export in iWeb and use the Finder plugin.

Kind regards,

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Version 1.2
Ville Member IconComment+0

I am having difficulties using this. I does not seem to do anything. I am running Leopard.

Has anyone tried this on Leopard?


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Version 1.1
Echo One (Developer)

Hi Ville,

When you add Google Analytics code to a web site exported from iWeb nothing visible is supposed to happen.

You need to open the web page and choose "View Source" from Safari's View menu. Then scroll to the bottom of the source to see the tracking code added there.

Kind regards,

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Version 1.3.6
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Downloads 6,724
Version Downloads 614
Type Development / HTML
License Commercial
Date 29 Jul 2011
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price $7.95