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‎10-12-2019
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Re: multiple domains
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salimj

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Hi Sarfaraz,If the app architectures are common, there may be a way of passing the data required for tracking between apps.Without knowing the tech particulars, let me aim to give you a generic example.Let's say you have 3 apps being consolidated in a common host app. If the apps were built on the same framework a single app could load the child apps - the host app can then receive data between child apps with some developer effort. If the apps are loaded as an iFrame, its a bit trickier due to ...

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multiple iframes tracking on a page
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sarfarazk130377

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Hi I have multiple iframes on a page and the domain of every iframe is different. So, for the successful tracking on all the iframes, should I include the same DTM Header and Footer codes on the parent page to every iframe? If yes, what will be the a generic way to add the Header and Footer codes to all iframes without adding them manually to every iframe? (because I want to save time to ask every iframe source provider to integrate the DTM codes).Thanks

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Re: iFrame elements load-time
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You would want to implement DTM on the parent page, and use custom JS logic to determine load time for each. This page has some helpful variables to aid you in creating that JS logic:Calculating Page Load Time In JavaScript - Stack Overflow The second answer on that page in particular can help establish timestamps for certain assets, which you can then perform math on and ultimately obtain the load time for each frame.

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