Plausible Analytics integrates automatically with
pushState based frontend routers. However, if you're using a frontend
framework that uses the URL hash for routing, you need to take an extra step to install the hash-based tracker instead of the default one. This is the same process you need to follow with Carrd and other website builders that don't support normal navigation.
The hash-based tracker is available by changing your script to load
https://plausible.io/js/script.hash.js instead of
Here's what the full script tag will look like:
<script defer data-domain="yourdomain.com" src="https://plausible.io/js/script.hash.js"></script>
If you're using a proxy, you can add the
.hash.js as follows:
This tracker will change two things about how events are collected:
- Trigger pageviews on the
- Normally the hash part of the URL is discarded in your Plausible dashboard. In hash-mode, the hash part is preserved in your stats so you can see the different pages your visitors have viewed.