Whenever someone loads a page of your website or their browser history state is
changed by the active site, an enhanced measurement
page_view is sent from your website to Google Analytics. Since the event is
sent automatically, you don't need to send pageview data to Analytics manually.
However, when you want to manually control how pageviews are sent (e.g. single-page applications or infinite scrolling), you can disable pageviews and then manually send them from your website. Learn how to Measure single-page applications.
This document describes the default pageview behavior and then how to send your own pageviews manually.
For information about how to measure screenviews on a mobile app, see Measure screenviews instead.
Before you begin
|The title of the page.
The URL of the page.
If you override
|Whether or not a pageview should be sent.
When you want to manually control how pageviews are sent (e.g. single-page applications or infinite scrolling), do the following: