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Blog Hangs "loading from google-analytics.com" / Redirects To "google-analytics.com"

A few bloggers are reporting that their blog hangs with the message "loading from google-analytics.com" or redirects to "google-analytics.com". This is a low volume problem (maybe 1 or 2 reported / day, during the past week or so), but it seems to be consistent. We simply don't have a lot of details.

We've setup a rollup question in Blogger Help Forum: Something Is Broken, and ask that you provide what you can, here or there.
  • What is the URL of the blog, that's loading / redirecting?
  • What are you doing when you see the message - logging in to your Blogger account, or loading your blog?
  • Is your Blogger account based on GMail, or non GMail?
  • Does your blog have any third party gadgets, loaded using "Add a gadget" in "Page Elements"?
  • Can you please provide the complete and exact error message, and describe precisely where, in the display, you see the error message?
Provide what details that you can, so we can try to get an affinity.

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