GPablo is a free Google Analytics code verification and broken link tool. Here are many of the questions that people ask us. If you have any others that you think need to be included on our list please make sure to fill out our ‘Feedback’ form with your suggestion!
What is the purpose of GPablo?
How much does GPablo cost to use?
How much can I use GPablo?
Who is the developer for GPablo?
Why is GPablo necessary?
Does GPablo scan other analytics tools and software?
When will I receive my scan report?
Will Gpablo fix my code errors?
What if I can't fix the problems and need GPablo to fix them?
What is GPablo Pro?
How does the GPablo ‘Widget’ work?
A web widget is a portable chunk of code that can be installed and executed within any separate HTML-based web page by an end - user without requiring additional compilation. You can download and integrate the GPablo widget in to your website using the 'get widget' option from the navigation menu.
The advantage is that scanning is possible from your site itself, and you can customize the look and feel of this widget by selecting the appropriate colors for each section such as Widget Container, Text Area, Content Area and Scan Button.
Integrating the Widget
Integrating this widget in to your site is a 3-step-process
- Customize the look and feel of the widget using the color palette provided.
- Once customized, click the “Download” button to generate the codes needed for displaying the scanner on your website.
- The Codes are split into two parts: the first part that contains the “Style and Scripts” needs to be placed inside the <HEAD> Section of the page and the second part comprising the form should be placed inside the <BODY> where the scanner needs to be displayed.
Users who are familiar with HTML and CSS can further customize the formatting and color schemes to better suit their site. One thing to note, however, is that the copyright information “Google Analytics Scanner is powered by GPablo” should be included and displayed
Does GPablo scan for any other analytics services other than Google?
GPablo will be adding support for Yahoo! Web Analytics very soon!
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