There is likely an issue with the selector or condition of the rule. Locate the element on your site where the desired event action occurs, right click and select Inspect element. Inspect the highlighted script in the box that opens and ensure that you are targeting the correct element. Example :
Target element: <div class=’Button1’ style=’opacity: 1’> In this scenario, the selector syntax is set as follows:
CSS Selector Syntax: div.Button1 OR div[class=’Button1’] Manually assign attributes: Element Tag: div, Property: class, Value: Button1
Have you figured out an answer to your above question? I am having the same issue trying to track link clicks, but SATELLITE is only recognizing them as tabfocus. i am getting below message while clicking on "a" element.
It looks like we've got a few other community members with a similar problem. It would be great to get a solution if you have one. If your still seeking a solution, please let me know and I'll see what I can do to find an answer.
I'm having this same problem. The site I am working on has an iFrame but when I go to click on the footer links they are only registering in the console as (SATELLITE: detected tabfocus on #document) or (SATELLITE: detected tabblur on #document), they do not register as a click event. I don't want to tag the event with a tab focus/blur. Is there another way to find the click or another event type that can be used?