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Ticket: Google Analytics

Status Resolved
Add-on / Version Speedy 1.3.1
Severity
EE Version 5.3.2

Aaron Crawford

Apr 05, 2021

Hi there, our site is utilizing Speedy and it’s now registering traffic to that static folders index.php file.  Do you know how/why they would be recording traffic on that?  Our client is asking which page the traffic is suppose to be recorded to.  Screenshot attached.  Any ideas?

#1

BoldMinded (Brian)

Apr 05, 2021

Can you share more about your GA configuration? Speedy shouldn’t care about analytics since the pages are still loading normal urls. Php is what is fetching those static files when a url is requested… GA shouldn’t be privy to that information. Are you saying this is happening for every url?

#2

Aaron Crawford

Apr 05, 2021

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#3

BoldMinded (Brian)

Apr 05, 2021

I think before I can spend time investigating this you need to determine if it’s a systemic issue involving every url on the site, or if it’s just a couple of random one offs. If the later, it sounds to me like a GA configuration issue, or GA potentially has indexed one of the cached pages directly, both of which aren’t Speedy related. GA is JavaScript based, so it looks at the window object for the url. Speedy is server side, so I don’t see how a bug in Speedy is causing hits like this in GA.

I would suggest moving your static folder below the web root, then there is no possible way GA can record a hit directly to one of the cache files.

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