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Custom HTML issue: Old snippets seamingly not being removed

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  • #7908
    Gyges

    I had a custom html snippet for plausible.io in the head section, but then replaced it by a custom one. Yet both are in the head section, plausible.io and tchncs.de. How to remove the obsolete one?

    #7918
    Tomasz Dziuda

    Hi,

    Are you sure that you have no custom changes in your theme or plausible plugin installed? If you saved your settings, Publii should inject only the updated HTML head code.

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    #7930
    Gyges

    Yes, I just switched hosting from plausible.io to tchncs.de and made sure there is no custom html elsewhere. Also, I tried blanking the head section of custom html in the gui and saving, but the old Plausible snippet remains in the head section of the website (I checked with developer tools).

    #7937
    Tomasz Dziuda

    @Gyges – are you sure that you have properly synced your website after this change? I have tried to reproduce such issue and always when I make the HTML code for head section empty my custom code disappears.

    And additionally as I mentioned – are you sure that you are not using plausible plugin? It also injects code to the head section.

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    #7943
    Gyges

    Alright, now I`m getting you…

    Yes, I have the Plausible Plugin installed… but since it`s self-hostable, I did not presume it hard-injecting the plausible.io url into the head section. Does that mean that the Plausible Plugin is not meant for self-hosting at this stage?

    #7945
    Gyges

    If so, I would recommend adding a second field to the plugin for the src entry for self-hosting:

    <script defer data-domain=”s3nnet.de” src=”https://stats.tchncs.de/js/plausible.js”>or </script>

    #7947
    Tomasz Dziuda

    @Gyges – you’re right – we forgot about add support for self-hosted version of Plausible analytics 🙂 I will prepare new updated version of the plugin in 1-2 days.

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    #7948
    Gyges

    Thats great, thank you very much!

    #7950
    Tomasz Dziuda

    @Gyges – updated version of the plugin which allows users to set URL for the plausible.js script is available: https://marketplace.getpublii.com/plugins/plausible-analytics/

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    #7953
    Gyges

    Great work! I deployed it an can confirm it works! Now only the given URL is in the head section.

    #7990
    Gyges

    Btw, this seemed quite news-worty, so I made a Publii News Quickie about it (German):

    https://www.s3nnet.de/publii-news-quickie-aktualisierte-version-des-plausible-plugins-verfuegbar/

    #7991
    Gyges
    #7992
    Tomasz Dziuda

    @Gyges thanks ❤️

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