You might want to track actions taken by your visitors on the pages in your experiment flow to get a more in-depth image of what your visitor's behaviour. By for example implementing Facebook Pixels or Hotjar code. 

In Airstrip you can now do so in different ways: by implementing code for all of your pages, and code per page!

Implementing tracking code for your entire project

To implement tracking code that will be used on all the pages in your project, go the "Settings" in the menu on the left and scroll down to "Analytics code". Any code entered here will be added to the <body> section of your page (at the end):

Implementing tracking code per page

You can also implement tracking code per page if you want to more specifically track events on certain pages.

To do so, click on "Settings" in the upper-right corner of the page editor, and then click on "Analytics". Here you can enter a piece of code that will be added to the <head> section of the page (the section where you generally store analytics code):

If you want to check whether it works just pop in a little display message, like this: <script>alert("Testing!")</script>

Check out this gif to see how it works in action:

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