Is it possible to verify Google Search Console using the HTML tag method via Adobe DTM? I tried adding the verification tag as a sequential HTML but had no success. I do not use Google Tag Manager or GA so those methods are out of the question.
Yes, you can, if it's what I'm thinking of- you can do this as non-sequential JS for google site verification:
var newMeta=document.createElement('meta'); newMeta.name="google-site-verification"; newMeta.content="yz1KBJ7bYQaEL6CwZvLWKJvOHd8vJdHrCr5e4XXXXXX"; document.getElementsByTagName('head').appendChild(newMeta);
Please do let us know if you have any questions or queries
I haven't tried it, but I have seen this question pop up before. When you added the HTML to a rule did you fire it at the top of the page? The only request I see from Google is that it has to be fired in the head before the body tag. Based on load order if you set it to go at the top of the page that might work.