How to Add Page Views to your Hugo Blog Posts Using Goatcounter

In this post, we will go over how we can add a page view “counter” 👀 to our Hugo blog, so we can see how many views each of our posts have had. We will do this using Goatcounter Analytics. Here is an example of what it may look like: Goatcounter Set Up This post assumes you have already created a Goatcounter account, more information here. And you have added Goatcounter analytics to your blog, see this post for more information Page Views Partial First, create a new file in your partial folder, in my case, it will be layouts/partials/page_views....

TIL: You can add a custom domain to your Goatcounter site

TIL: You can add a custom domain to your Goatcounter site When you create an account on Goatcounter and add a new site, you can view the analytics by going to [sitecode].goatcounter.com. For example, haseebmajid.goatcounter.com. However, we can use a custom domain, to view your analytics. Custom Domain You will need a domain, that you can control the DNS of to do the following! Goatcounter We can do this by:...

TIL: How you can add goatcounter to your Hugo blog

TIL: How you can add goatcounter to your Hugo blog In this TIL post, we will go over how you can add Goatcounter to your Hugo Blog. Goatcounter is an open-source privacy-friendly analytics tool, an alternative to Google Analytics. Goatcounter Account This post assumes you have already created a Goatcounter account, more information here. Luckily it is very easy to add Goatcounter to our blog. First, create a new partial HTML file....