Just want to chime in and agree with the other posters. Puppies love schedules.
How old is she? What’s your crate schedule like? How much time do you spend with her vs her being in the house alone? Do you (and the rest of your household) work full time, or is someone at home with the pup during the day? How often do you take her outside, aside from seeing her squat and rushing her out? What training book did you read? Did you get her from a hobby/show/working breeder, out of the newspaper, from a shelter, or a pet store? What breed is she?
Crate training is a very, very great tool in housetraining puppies if used correctly. This does not mean you should leave her in the crate for eight hours at a time as a ten week old puppy. If she’s still a little bitty guy, then take her out (of the house) at least every two hours, unless she’s really tiny, she can probably sleep most of the night but unless she’s several months old and can easily go the night without a potty break, it’s still a good idea to get up half-way through and take her out for a potty session. With crate training, I’d suggest you only crate her when you can’t immediately supervise her, which you should be doing during most waking hours. That is to say, crate her at night or when you go out to run errands, and possibly while you’re eating meals. The rest of the time you should have her in your immediate line of sight, or at least develop good peripheral vision. Always keep her in the same room as you. You may even want to go to the “umbilical method” of getting a ten foot lead, tying it to your belt, and having her connected to you at all times. You’ll soon develop a good instinct for when she’s thinking about going.
Keep taking her out for a potty break every two hours or so, regardless of whether or not she shows signs of needing to potty. Praise like crazy when she does go. Always take her to the same spot in the yard (park, whatever) for potty. Praise like crazy. Teach her potty words with the praise (“Good potty, Fluffy!” or actually, “Gotta go pee? Let’s go pee! Good pee-pee, Fluffy, Good!” works well, dogs like repetetive, strong vowel sounds). Many dogs will actually learn to pee on command, show dogs often are taught this.
I guess the point is, puppies need constant supervision, just like toddlers. If you can’t be watching her every moment, crate her when you can’t. Never leave her in the crate long enough to where she has to urinate or defecate in it, you have no idea how hard it is to break a habit like a loss of toilet inhibition.
And finally, to repeat what Regina said, it is very common for a pet to return to the same spot in the house to relieve themselves; if they can smell it in the house it reinforces the idea that maybe it’s okay to go there, even if they don’t exactly pee in the same spot. Nature’s Miracle is the best I’ve seen, it has a pleasant citrus smell and carries a full, money-back guarantee. Blot up the mess as best you can, soak the carpet enough to get down to the pad, blot, soak again, and let it dry. A blacklight will help find spots you can’t smell, but she sure can.
Good luck, and let us know how she does!