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Community_Admin

Employee

15-10-2015

If your event-based rule does not fire, then there is likely an issue with the selector / 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 you are targeting the correct element. Example:

Target element: <div class=’pauseButton’ style=’opacity: 1’>

Selector Syntax:

  • CSS Selector Syntax: div.pauseButton OR div[class=’pauseButton’]
  • Manually assign attributes:
    • Element Tag: div
    • Property: class
    • Value: pauseButton

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andrewgats

15-10-2015

If you are comfortable with using the javascript debugging tool within a browser, I recommend using the DTM's debug logging.  More complete information is available in the DTM Object Reference.

But, you can execute the comment 

_satellite.setDebug(true);

This will turn on the logging in your console.  These logs will tell you all the rules and events that DTM executed and captured.

[img]dtm-debug.png[/img]