Editing HEAD tag

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Hey, sorry if this is a rookie question, but I've got a little snippet of code that I want to add to my site's <head> section, but I can't find it anywhere!

My thoughts are that I should be able to open my index.php file and there I would find the <head> tags but it's not there. When I inspect my home page with the inspect element tool in Google Chrome, it shows the file is called index.php and the code shows the head tag, but when I open the file to edit it I get the following:

<?php
require 'concrete/dispatcher.php';



Any ideas?

Thanks!

dohara1990
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mesuva
Until you start looking at creating your own theme, or doing some more modest customisations like block templates, you generally won't be looking at the file system to make updates - it's nearly all controlled through the concrete5 interface.

For this one, search for 'Tracking Codes' in the search in the top right of the editing bar, and go to that Dashboard page. On that page you can paste in extra code that will be output in the head of every page (i.e. Google Analytics tracking code)
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dohara1990
Would this work for linking in a font?

If not I'm happy to dig around anywhere as I've already customised my current theme quite heavily, I just need pointing in the right direction haha.

Thanks!
mesuva replied on at Permalink Reply
mesuva
Yes, will work for a font as well.
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dohara1990
Amazing, thank you so much for your very quick help!