I wasn’t pleased that Google Analytics wasn’t showing me any data. And that I seemed to have put the Analytics scriptlet in the wrong position of the page. So, because life is so mafan when you switch between Mac and Windows, I had to:
1. Open up my windows version of ruby
2. Download the code files from the hosting service. [= git clone email@example.com:appname.git ]
3. I wasn’t sure that it downloaded fully, and I haven’t yet used the file manager with the hosting service on windows, [= never tried to push or pull git repo from heroku on windows. though it shld be similar. but there was one weird error line i wasn’t sure of]
4. so I created a new blank app, and uploaded to a new hosting folder. [= rails new test / cd test / git init / git add -A / git commit -m “init” / heroku create / git push heroku master / heroku rake db:migrate]
5. and that works. ok good. [= site loads fine. nothing broken.]
6. so alright the original live files are downloaded right. open up. go to folder app/views/layout/application.html.erb, open with Notepad++, copy paste one chunk.
7. save it. [= git add -A / git commit -m]
8. and then [= git remote / git remote add heroku firstname.lastname@example.org:appname.git / git push heroku master]
9. and whew it’s not broken.
alright that wasn’t all smooth. I had to google abit and backtrack some. haiz.