around this issue Twice. Each ga('send', 'pageview') call sends a pageview hit. But the second time you send it, you are changing the page path, so in your pageview report, it will show a different page. You can use something like GA Debugger or just check in your Network tab, and you will see a hit sent each time.
it helps some times No you can't do it. The in-Page Reports tries to find the links on the page. So if you're sending this "Header Ext Link" GA will understand that this is a url and will try to find that url in one of the links href attribute in the page. Of course it never will.
How do I track with Google Analytics the success "Contact page" in Magento 18.104.22.168?
This might help you After implementing Enhanced Ecommerce, I'm finding that a very small subset of pages are showing up in Google Analytics as not having the Analytics code. , I got same error message too.
Google Analytics landing page "/player" not working?
Does that help If you have GA code in your 404 error pages then Google Analytics will record any Url that caused the error page to display. GA does not check if the page displayed is an actual content page or an error page, and we cannot really say why people call a non-existing url in your page. Maybe your domain name resembles some other domain that has a player-page and people have a typo when they try to call that other domain. Or somebody in your organization gave a wrong link in an ad or promotion material, and people now try to look at that url.