Issue with Cloudflare Edge Certificates and Google Analytics Data Stream

Subject: Issue with Cloudflare Edge Certificates and Google Analytics Data Stream

Hello Cloudflare Community,

I hope you’re all doing well. I’ve recently encountered an issue related to Cloudflare Edge Certificates and Google Analytics Data Stream, and I’m seeking some guidance from the community.

My concern is whether Cloudflare’s Edge Certificates SSL might be causing my original URL to be replaced with an untrackable address. This seems to be blocking the Google Analytics Data Stream from effectively tracking data on my webpage. I’ve been using Cloudflare for a while and I’m wondering if the SSL setup might be interfering with the tracking process.

I’ve already checked the SSL configuration and confirmed that the tracking tags have been implemented for over 48 hours. Despite this, the issue persists. I’ve also come across some error logs which include messages such as:

  • inner-frame-minified…m%3D__features__:11
  • updateUserHtmlFrame @ inner-frame-minified…m%3D__features__:11
  • Vl @ cb=gapi.loaded_0?le=scs:133
  • dm @ cb=gapi.loaded_0?le=scs:133
  • yl @ cb=gapi.loaded_0?le=scs:134
  • El.sF @ cb=gapi.loaded_0?le=scs:128

I’ve created a detailed summary of the issue along with the error logs in a forum post. You can find more information and context about the problem there.

If anyone has encountered a similar situation or has insights into this issue, I’d greatly appreciate your input. It would be incredibly helpful if you could share any suggestions, advice, or steps that could help resolve this issue and restore proper tracking of my webpage data.

Thank you in advance for your time and assistance. I look forward to hearing from the knowledgeable members of this community.

See the captured Test Page, error logs:

See the captured Cloudflare Edge:

Best regards,


That link is not pointing to a post you created.

The Cloudflare SSL should not interfere with Google Analytics data tracking typically. If properly configured, the tracking should work regardless of SSL mode.

The error log shows “net::ERR_BLOCKED_BY_CLIENT.” This usually means that the tracking script is being blocked by an extension in the client’s browser, like an ad-blocker.

Here are some steps you can take to troubleshoot and resolve this issue:

  1. Test the site in Incognito mode or another browser: Some extensions don’t run in Incognito mode, so if the tracking works there, an extension could be the culprit.
  2. Disable ad-blockers: Ad-blockers or privacy extensions might block Google Analytics and Tag Manager scripts. Temporarily disable such extensions to see if this resolves the issue.
  3. Check your Firewall rules: Ensure that you haven’t inadvertently blocked Google Analytics using Cloudflare’s Firewall rules.

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