[EP-tech] Re: After switching to https for EPrints, GoogleAnalytics has stopped producing results

Sebastien Francois sf2 at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Thu Jun 6 13:40:55 BST 2013


See in eg. the Developer Tools in Chrome if you have failed requests to 
google. I suspect you're trying to load an http url (google) from a 
https context (your repo).

Seb.

On 06/06/13 12:16, Alex Birchall wrote:
> Hi,
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> A few weeks ago, we switch from http to https access to eprints.  Since then, GoogleAnalytics, which we had been using to produce stats, shows no accesses at all to our eprints, which cannot be right.  In GoogleAnalytics, we have changed the Property name and default URL do https://eprints.mdx.ac.uk, but this has not made any difference.
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> Has anyone got any suggestions as to how we could get GoogleAnalytics working again?
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> Kind regards,
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> Alex
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