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
Couldn't really find a satisfactory answer to this anywhere. I'm working
to track a web game that we hosting on our site. The issue that I've run
into is in tracking events that are generated once game play starts.
This is being done through a element, there's nothing hardcoded onto the
document or window aside from the typical. I've tried implementing a
direct call rule through applying a custom event
[(trackGameAction(“insidiouslastkey_game", “play_again”)], but the call
isn't appearing on the...
First, as usual, sorry if this answer exists but I searched and couldn't
quite find the answer for which I am looking. I'm trying to track an
action on an input checkbox only once, that is if I have a list of
checkboxes I want to only track if user clicked on it once, so even if
they deselect a chackbox they've checked only the first click is
tracked. I know there's a way to check if a checkbox has been clicked in
JS via "querySelector().input" type call, but I'm lost as to how to
bring that ful...
Hi, I'm currently unable to use the Adobe Analytics extension to load my
report suites. I've found a few solutions such as this
for DTM that provide a way to load the report suite through a data
element. Would this work in Launch, and if so, why isn't it working for
Hello there, I have an iFrame on a page and I'd like to fire a click
event when a user clicks on the iframe. I don't really care about
putting DTM code on the iframe, I just want to fire a click event when
someone simply clicks on the container div itself. I've built a rule and
applied every bubbling condition and element classname possible and the
most I got was a rule-fire on the very edge of the container. Does
anyone know how or why this is?
Hello, I have set up the adobe cloud id tool on a property that loads on
multiple pages, however some of the pages are COPPA compliant which
means I can't have the Adobe collecting IDs. How would I be able to
disable the tool on the COPPA compliant pages, and keep it loading on
the non-compliant pages without making a new property? Thanks, LeoS
Hello, I'm trying to create an event rule for a page where most events
are driven by ReactVR objects, not by DOM API or CSS. I know that I can
create a custom event, and track a click that way. (I found the answer
here) But, because there aren't any CSS selector to latch onto, I'd like
to know if and how I can get around having to use the CSS selector or if
there's a trick for that. Thanks in advance!
Thanks, Jantzen. I'm seeing a google pagead call in the network with
QSPs and everything, but I'm also getting an error in the
console:Refused to execute script from
because its MIME type ('image/gif') is not executable, and strict MIME
Hello, I'm trying to implement a Google Conversion tag for page load.
I've created a page rule according to the following instructions:
. But I'm getting sort of a mixed response, it seems to be going through
when I look at the Network windo in the dev console, but I'm getting an
error that comes in the form of 'no HTTP response detected' in the
google tag helper. Help? Not sure what's happening, and ...
is obvious.I've set an event rule to fire on a "Buy Now" click that is
triggered by a CSS selector (class="buybtn") of which there are several
iterations.I'm trying to pass the value of text from another DIV
(class="titletxt") that is not being clicked on, but is within the same
family of DIVs for each iteration, into an eVar. I have the following
onPage code(multiplied several times because each product is coded the
nikitarama thanks so much for trying to figure this out. I've actually
solved the problem. Total user error on my part; I misspelled the
reporting server in the adobe analytics tool. Sorry for any
Thanks nikitarama and apologies if I was unclear.Okay, these are two
different pages which are tracking two different kinds of events and
have different 3rd party pixels firing as well. That's why there are two
different DTM properties.One of the pages is a movie page, and the other
page, which is iframed onto the movie page, is a ticketing page where
user can search for times and movie theaters. So, the page load rule
that's not firing is on the ticketing page which is iframed onto the
I have tagged two different pages in DTM, that is, created two different
properties with two different page load rules and event rules. Let's
call one page the Main page and the other the Secondary page. So, the
Secondary page is iframed into the Main page. To clarify, when you click
on an event button on the Main page, Secondary page pops up in an iFrame
there. Now I can see tracking firing in every debugger I use for both
pages. However the page load rule isn't firing for the iframed property....