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Load Order for Rules :: DTM vs. Launch

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15-08-2017

When working with marketing pixels, my site performance guy and I use the Load Order for Rules document to make sure we are putting the pixel in the least disruptive location on the page (while still getting the pixel what it needs).

In the Launch Rules, I see the 4 page load phases (see screen shot 1 below). But, when I go to set-up my pixel in the Action Configuration, I only see JavaScript and HTML (see screen shot 2 below). In DTM, I am able to choose Sequential HTML, Sequential JavaScript, Non-Sequential HTML, and Non-Sequential JavaScript (see screen shot 3 below).

Screen Shot 1 :: 4 Page Load Phases in Launch

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Screen Shot 2 :: Only 2 Options in Launch (JavaScript and HTML)

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Screen Shot 3 :: 4 Options in DTM

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24-08-2017

Hi Aaronius9er9er -

Just got out of a meeting with the developers and the site performance guy. We really appreciate your detailed explanation and the link to postscribe on github.

Based on this info, we are going to try moving toward using DOM Ready instead of Page Bottom to take advantage of the postscribe functionality.

At this time, we do not have any follow-up questions.

Thanks -

Sarah