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‎09-12-2020
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Re: Fire analytics only on certain pages...
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Hi - davidp86482746Yes, you can navigate to tools ->Adobe Analytics - > Custom Code and set following condition -if (window.location.pathname.indexOf("path1") != -1 || window.location.pathname.indexOf("path2") != -1){//set custom pageCode here }else{return false;}This way the page view image request will only be processed for paths added in your condition above.

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Re: Implement click event on iFrame
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Hi LeoS_Taco - I don't think we can track clicks on IFRAME embedded and referring to third party domains, however if it was hosted on same domain and you'don't want to add DTM library - you can use window.postMessage API for the same to set direct call rules.

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Re: Is there an automated approach to page tagging?
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I think what you mean here is to track various button, anchors, li, span clicks on a webpage and use the same data to understand user paths (Pathing). I believe this can be achieved using Event based rules (DTM) to track user clicks and capture the same in an prop (pathing enabled). Let me know if this answers your question.

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Re: Site Section Creation
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Hi mattr19821159,The site section is basically used used to broadly segregate the different sections/content groups on your site.You can always manually add value (section name) to (s.channel variable) if you're completely sure about current tagging.If you're planning to dynamically capture and populate variable - Kindly tryhttps://theblog.adobe.com/getting-started-dtm-data-elements/ - Data Elements or get in touch with Web developer.Thanks,Abhinav

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