I believe you would place the first tag in a page load rule's
that make sense?
Sorry for any lack of clarification. It is a page load rule so s.tl() is
not an option in the ui for this rule. There is no redirect, it is all a
single page app. So the user enters their age and clicks submit, and
then based on whether they are <13||>13 there is some content that is
loaded onto the document. In other words I do not see said content when
I inspect the markup I don't see it. Therefore I'm thinking that I could
have a custom code condition to test for the presence of that content.
Hi, I'm having a bit of an issue where I have a site where the DTM tag
is not firing my page load rule after the page loads upon passing
through an age gate. There is a slight change in the markup after the
age gate, so I can test against that, but I am not sure what that would
look like from a conditions standpoint. Thanks in advance.
I am attempting to work with a third party cookie consent management
platform, and I would like to implement their tag through DTM. Does
anyone have any experience with this? This is in preparation for new
rules in EU. Quick note: using the EU consent option that is already in
DTM is NOT an option. Thanks in advance to whomever can help.
I'd like to track video events on a YouTube video I have embedded on our
site, and I'd like to do it through the YouTube Embed extension. So far
I've set up the rule event like this, and I've added the appropriate
Analytics variables and beacon call: I also appended the enablejsapi=1
param to the youtube url, but I'm still not seeing the analytics calls
firing. Would this have anything to do with the fact that the video
iframe is loaded through an overlay on the page? If so, what is the