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# Frequently asked questions
* [Why is the Google Analytics code at the bottom? Google recommends it be
placed in the `<head>`.](#why-is-the-google-analytics-code-at-the-bottom-google-recommends-it-be-placed-in-the-head)
* [How can I integrate Bootstrap with HTML5
* [Do I need to upgrade my site each time a new version of HTML5 Boilerplate is
* [Where can I get help with support
### Why is the Google Analytics code at the bottom? Google recommends it be placed in the `<head>`.
The main advantage of placing it in the `<head>` is that you will track the
user's `pageview` even if they leave the page before it has been fully loaded.
However, having the code at the bottom of the page [helps improve
### How can I integrate [Bootstrap](http://getbootstrap.com/) with HTML5 Boilerplate?
One simple way is to use [Initializr](http://www.initializr.com/) and create a
custom build that includes both HTML5 Boilerplate and
Read more about how [HTML5 Boilerplate and Bootstrap complement each
### Do I need to upgrade my site each time a new version of HTML5 Boilerplate is released?
No, same as you don't normally replace the foundation of a house once it
was built. However, there is nothing stopping you from trying to work in the
latest changes, but you'll have to assess the costs/benefits of doing so.
### Where can I get help with support questions?
Please ask for help on