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Dynamic Tag Manager Usage


Level 1

Can we use Dynamic Tag Manager to add things like the rel=canonical, rel=page,next, or meta data or robots meta data tag?

Below are some of the most important SEO tagging requirements for our new site but they are not supported by Hybris’ out-of-the-box functionality. I’d like to confirm if we could do this at the page level through the tag manager we’re looking to install.

·         Meta Robots tag

e.g. In the <head> section, add <META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW"> to indicate if we want the page to be indexed, and/or the links on the page should be followed.

In the <head> section of the first page (, add a link tag pointing to the next page in the sequence, like this: <link rel="next" href="">

On the second and third pages, add links pointing to the previous and next URLs in the sequence. For example, you could add the following to the second page of the sequence:
<link rel="prev" href="">
<link rel="next" href="">

On the final page of the sequence (>), add a link pointing to the previous URL, like this: <link rel="prev" href="">

·         Annotations for Desktop and Mobile URLs
Since we’ll still have the m-dot version URLs for the mobile site, we need this tag for every desktop page that has a corresponding mobile page. On the desktop page, add: <link rel=”alternate” media=”only screen and (max-width: 640px)” href=>. On the mobile page, add <link rel=canonical” href=>   

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Level 10

DTM allows you to add any HTML or Javascript tag to your site. Any limitation you face would be imposed by the browser. If you have specific questions, please reach out to customer care.


Level 3


Can we use Adobe Dynamic Tag Manager to add canonical tags to specific pages on Adobe Experience Manager (AEM).

If yes, then can you please let me know how. If not then is there any other way?