Add the script to your website

Paste your Plausible Analytics script into your website header section#

To integrate your website with Plausible Analytics, you need to be able to update the HTML code of the website you want to track. Paste your Plausible Analytics tracking script code into the Header (<head>) section of your site. Place the tracking script within the <head> … </head> tags.

Your Plausible Analytics tracking script code will look something like this (your exact code will be shown on the JavaScript snippet page):

<script async defer data-domain="" src=""></script>
Plausible Analytics script

Where to find your JavaScript snippet#

You can find your JavaScript snippet by logging into your Plausible account. Here you'll find the list of websites you've added to Plausible Analytics.

Plausible Analytics

Hover over your website name and click on the "Settings" icon on the right hand side of the domain name you'd like to get the snippet for. Then scroll down to the "Javascript snippet" section on the following page.

Your Plausible Analytics tracking script

Alternatively you can serve the script from your domain as a first-party connection#

We offer a quick and easy way to serve the Plausible Analytics script from your domain name as a first-party connection. See the full instructions on how to setup a custom subdomain and serve the Plausible Analytics script as a first-party connection.

Check out integration guides for popular site builders and CMSs#

Installing Plausible on a site can be a slightly different process depending on what tools you're using.

We've put together several integration guides that cover popular website builders and content management systems (CMS) such as WordPress and Ghost. Thanks to the members of our community, there are also community integrations and plugins for several frameworks such as Hugo and GatsbyJS. These can help you set up and start counting your site visitors in no time.

Here's the full list of all integrations and guides.

Verify if the script is installed on your site#

After you've added the Plausible Analytics script to the HTML of your website, you should see the script installed on your site.

You can load your website, open the browser inspector (press F12 on Firefox), and ensure that the Plausible Analytics script is loading in the "Network" tab.

Alternatively, you can verify this by viewing the HTML of your site in your favorite browser. In a browser such as Firefox, visit your website, right-click anywhere on the page and choose "View Page Source". Then press cmd+f on a Mac or ctrl+f on Linux and Windows to search. Type plausible to search for the Plausible Analytics script.

You should see the Plausible Analytics tracking script in the source code of your website. If you cannot see the script, please double check if you've inserted it correctly.

Verify that the stats are being tracked#

After you've added the script to your website, it's time to verify that the integration is working.

In your Plausible Analytics account, click on your website domain name. You should see a blinking green dot which indicates that we’re listening for incoming page views in real-time.

If you don't see the green blinking dot, there's nothing to worry about. It just means that someone visited your site already since you installed the Plausible Analytics script.

Listening for incoming page views

Once the first page view comes through, you'll be automatically taken to the stats dashboard with graphs and numbers. This is an indication that the integration is working, congrats! Plausible Analytics is now tracking your website statistics while preserving the privacy of your visitors.

Contact if you failed to verify that our script has been installed properly or if you cannot see any stats despite having visitors.


You're running Plausible on localhost? Our script automatically disables itself when running on localhost as the majority of people don't want those stats to be counted.


Using CSP? Do not forget to add our domain specifically to your Content Security Policy too.