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Ultimately, the Empty Front Page module has got it to look exactly like I want it. However, this causes Google Analytics code to not show up on the front page.

I try adding a new Basic Page content, but it forces me to give it a name which shows up when I publish, also, I think my theme is also adding a button to the bottom of this page as well, and I also get an RSS icon in the lower left corner.

I've installed Empty Page and Front Page modules, but I do not know how to work them, there are no settings associated with those modules and I also can't seem to find anywhere in Drupal where to get this to work the way I want.

I'd also like to stay away from PHP code as when upgrades come in, I don't want to have to have to update that code every time as well.

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  • Manually put the Google Analytics code in your html.tpl.php file between <script></script> tags. – Nathan L. Oct 25 '14 at 20:12
  • "I'd also like to stay away from PHP code as when upgrades come in, I don't want to have to have to update that code every time as well." – codemann8 Oct 27 '14 at 16:44

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