STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS ON PLUGIN SETUP WIZARD
Nepirity Service Key Setting (1/4)
Creating the Nepirity Service Key
Nepirity Service Key is used for both authentication and management of the plugin. After logging into our website, you can create one using the site below for free.
*The Site Address (URL) used for creating the service key should be the same URL as in the WordPress General Settings menu.
Google Authentication Type (2/4)
OAuth Authentication (Recommeded)
OAuth Authentication is recommended since it is much simpler than Server to Server Authentication.
- Check OAuth Authentication (Recommended), click Next.
Server to Server Authentication (Google Service Account Key)
- Check Server to Server Authentication, click Next.
Google OAuth Setting (3/4)
- Get your Google OAuth Code by clicking [here] and logging into your Google account.
- Copy and paste the code into the form, click Next.
Google Service Account Setting (3/4)
Setting up Google Service Account Key
In order to integrate Google Service with the plugin, you can import a Google Service Account Key.
After visiting the website above, click [Create a project].
Then, click [service account] as it is shown below to create a service account.
Choose any name for Service account name. For Role, choose Project-Owner.
Check [Furnish a new private key] and download the JSON key file.
The JSON key file will be used for activating the plugin, and it will be encrypted and stored safely in your server.
Remember the email address used for [Service account ID], as it will be used for setting up the Google Analytics.
Go to [API Manager] – [Library], and under Other popular APIs, search [Analytics API] and [Google Realtime API] to [ENABLE] both of them.
Setting up Google Analytics
Go to the site below, and click [Sign up] to register.
Enter in your Account Name, Website Name, Website URL.
In the [Admin] – [User Management] menu, check [Read &Analyze] for the Service Account ID that you created.
Google Profile Setting (4/4)
- Choose account, property, and view
- Click ‘Done’