In this article, you will learn how to Lazyload Google analytics code on your Wordpress website.
So, let’s understand what is lazyloading and why you should implement this on your website.
It will only load after the page load and when the user started interacting with the webpage like scrolling the page.
so, in this way you can reduce the overall page size of a webpage and prioritize critical resources at the beginning and load heavy script after some time. So, this will also help you in achieving core web vitals on the website.
To counter this, you can replace your existing analytics code with the lazyload analytics code and improve your Wordpress website loading speed.
so, let’s check the process step by step.
How to Lazyload Analytics in wordpress
To lazyload Google analytics in Wordpress, open the dashboard and open the location where you have installed the default tracking code.
Here, copy the analytics tracking code and replace it with the given code.
Now paste the new code in the footer section of your Wordpress website. Here, you can either directly paste it in the theme file editor > Footer.php or you can use a code management plugin.
so, here I will use the Header footer code manager plugin by 99Robots.
Now Add the Site Display to “Site Wide” and set the location to “Footer“. Now paste the given code in the code box and save the code.
Don’t forget to replace the tracking id two times in the lazyload script.
Now, your Lazyload analytics code is installed on the Wordpress website. After that, you will not see any error about analytics in the page speed insight tool.
If you want to improve your wordpress loading speed, I recommend you to use the Litespeed cache plugin. It is a free but powerful plugin for speed optimization.
If you have any trouble during this process, you can ask me in the comment section. You can also join our Telegram Group for discussion.
thanks for sharing; for blogger what would be the way
Lazyload analytics in Blogger video tutorial: Watch on YouTube