Curvenote Docs

Analytics

There are no tracking cookies added to a curve.space site by default, however, you may want to know more about basic analytics for your domain. There are two analytics tracking codes that curve.space currently supports:

  1. Google Analytics; and
  2. Plausible, which is privacy-friendly alternative to Google.

These are set using the analytics: part of your site configuration using either a google: or a plausible: key.

#Google Analytics

Use the site.analytics.google configuration, with the contents being your Measurement ID (G-XXXXXX) or Tracking ID (UA-XXXXXX).

version: 1
site:
  analytics:
    google: UA-XXXXX # Measurement ID or Tracking ID

See Google Analytics docs for more information on how to find this Measurement ID.

#Plausible

Use the site.analytics.plausible configuration, with the contents being the domain you are tracking.

version: 1
site:
  analytics:
    plausible: docs.curvenote.com # Domain(s) to track

See Plausible docs for more information on how to find the domain. Note, you only copy in the contents of: data-domain="COPY_THIS", which can be a comma-separated list for multiple domains.

#Testing your integration

Run curvenote start and view the page source. The analytics section should be in the <head> section of the HTML, you should also start to see real-time tracking in your dashboard.

Deploy your site using curvenote deploy to have these be integrated into your live site.