Dashboard

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  1. When I look at Site Stats under Dashboard, the stats are clearly not for my web site. Since some of the links on my web site use the ctewebsite domain, my guess is that the stats pertain to that domain. I would like to see the stats for my domain.
    Thank you, Jan!

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    • Hi David,
      No, the stats you are referring to are not just for your site. However, we have a Google Analytics plugin you can use to track your stats. The link below connects you to the video tutorial that explains how you can set up Google Analytics on your site.

      http://ctewebsite.com/blog/googleanalytics/

      Let me know if you need more assistance!
      ~~Jan

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  2. Hey Jan. So far these tutorials are really great. My site has been available since the end of May but I have been unable to do anything until now. When I logged in today,, this appears on the dashboard.
    “Your theme has bundled outdated copies of WooCommerce template files. If you notice an issue on your site, this could be the reason. Please contact your theme developer for further assistance. You can review the System Status report for full details or learn more about WooCommerce Template Structure here.”
    Not sure what this means. Thanks for any assistance with this.
    Regina Mobley

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    • Hi Regina! That message appears when we update the WooCommerce plugin. We use WooCommerce for our shopping cart. When you see it, you can click on “Hide this notice.”
      Thanks for asking! ~~Jan

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      • Thanks.

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  3. Very helpful

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    • Thank you, Marcia! I appreciate the positive feedback!

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