Google announced it was opening Google Analytics – a web stats program, for all to use free last week.
Since it was launched Google Analytics has had problems – mostly related to the unprecedented demand for its use (unprecedented by Google, at any rate).
One persistent issue, unrelated to popularity is that the Google Analytics graphs don’t appear on a Mac in Safari (or in my version of Firefox – although this may be due to my use of Adblock in Firefox).
However, I spotted a tip in Mactips today which explains how to get Google Analytic’s graphs to work in Safari –
Try to force a reflow of the page, e.g. by hitting â€œCmd +â€? or â€œCmd -â€? to resize the text. The charts will appear.
I tried it in Safari and FIrefox and while it works great in Safari, it doesn’t work in Firefox 🙁 – Still, at least I can see the graphs now.