On Netlifly [↗], you can inject scripts like CSS and JS into your production app. This means for example, instead of having your Google Analytics script in the development/local version of your website, you can leave that out for Netlify to add in production.
This means your local use of the site won't be captured in analytics.
How to inject snippets on Netlifly
Follow the steps below to add a snippet to your site on Netlify.
- Select your site on Netlify.
- Head over to the Site settings page.
- Select Build & deploy > Post processing from the left hand menu.
- Click on Add snippet from the Post processing > Snippet injection section
The Snippet form lets you specify where the script goes on your page. Either in the
You'll also need to give your script a name.
Also, remember your script will be pasted directly into the page, so put the script tag around it before saving, e.g.
< script > script >,
< style > style >
What can go wrong?
A script won't show up if there are no
body tags in your page's markup (HTML). Make sure all pages have the required tag.
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