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utag_data in which dynamic data from your webpage is passed to the Tealium tag. The properties in this object are named using plain-English, vendor neutral terms that are specific to your business.
utag_data should be defined and populated prior to loading the Universal Tag.
The path to the utag.js file comprises the following attributes:
Your specific snippet can be retrieved from the Code Center of your account.
The Tealium code is designed to be placed after the opening
<body> tag (as opposed to the
<head> tag). This positioning provides the best compatibility with the greatest number of vendors and allows third-party tracking to complete before the visitor navigates to the next page. The utag.js code can be placed anywhere within the
<body>, although the top is the preferred location. The sooner the page can begin loading utag.js the sooner your tags will be ready to run when the page has been rendered.