ClickCease seamlessly integrates to your WordPress based website. With just a few clicks you can install our tracking code to your website.

There are two ways for you to do that, manually and using the ClickCease plugin.

In this document we will describe the manual steps, if you would like to use ClickCease WordPress plugin to a WordPress based website, go over the steps in our WordPress Plugin step by step Article.

Let's do it Manually:

First get your ClickCease Tracking Code. This can be done by logging in to your ClickCease account, and copy the Tracking Code from the Domain Settings area.

Go to Domain Settings > Domain Setup > Tracking Installation, and under the Tracking Code section, copy the code to your clipboard.

Now that you've got the Tracking Code copied, please follow the next steps:

  1. Login to your WordPress back-end.

  2. On the left side pane, click "Appearance" > scroll to "Theme Editor".

  3. Find and open your "Theme Header" (header.php) file on the right side pane.

  4. On the code text editor, locate the <body> tag and paste the tracking code right beneath the <body> tag.

(Note: The <body> tag might show up differently on the online code editor.

For example: <body <?php body_class(); ?>>, but in general, this is where the body section begins. Paste the Tracking Code on the line below).

5. Save your changes and you're all set!

In rare occasions WordPress might show the following error when you try to save changes to the Theme Header (header.php) file:

"Unable to communicate back with site to check for fatal errors, so the PHP change was reverted. You will need to upload your PHP file change by some other means, such as by using SFTP."

This error is not related to ClickCease's Tracking Code. Instead, this is often caused by a plugin (or server configuration) that prevents WordPress from verifying code errors in your .php files. For this reason, it prevents any further updates to a .php file.

To fix this, deactivate all plugins momentarily, and re-attempt to save the changes to the header.php file.

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