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Tracking submission of form using google analyticsAsked by foxbox25 on October 28, 2013 at 05:17 AM
Hi, I have built our holiday accommodation website using the Wix site builder but choose to use a jotform on the contact us page. The site is html5 and Wix allows integration with Google Analytics in order for users to track page views etc however this is done by attaching the GA user ID to the site rather than placing code on to pages within the site. At present using GA I can see which 3rd party advertising provides the most leads to my site, their time on the site etc but I can't see how many of each of them actually submit an enquiry to us as I am unable to modify the code behind buttons etc.
So, can the source code for a jotform be modified to push the submission of the form through to GA somehow? I have seen several other jotform support questions asking similar things and the answer seems to be yes but I can't get these to work with my site. Just to be clear; using Wix I cannot add code to my site beyond the source code for the jotform in an html window - so if I needed to add an extra piece of code to the indivdual page for example I can't do it.
I hope this makes sense - I can build a "cut and paste" type site but am getting out of my comfort zome when starting to talk about code and stuff as you can see above so please point out anything that isn't explained correctly. My site is at www.meadowviewcottages.co.uk and the form in question is on the contact us page.
Hello, you may try to embed your Google Analytics code by using the "Free Text(HTML)" tool and paste your code there and save your form
Please let us know if the above suggestion has worked for you. Thanks