I set up cross-domain tracking for GA tag following the guide here in the community and for some websites, it's not working. Example:
When you click "Prescription Savings" from this page (http://www.januvia.com/sitagliptin/januvia/consumer/special_offers/index.xhtml) you get to another site (https://www.activatethecard.com/7159/#) and I don't see any Google Universal Analytics cookie value appended in the URL (“_ga=2.34535345.....”). The implementation is in QA now. Do you have any experience or thoughts why it's not working?
Thank you so much,
So looking at your page, and the current template you are using. It looks like you are using a very old version of the GUA template, which doesn't support that feature. I would recommend updating your template to the latest version, which will allow you to do the cross domain tracking.
Please see this link for how to update a tag template.
We are experiencing the same issue of the GUA cross domain tracking not working.
For example, when you navigate from http://top10livresfrancais.lulu.com/ to our main domain (by clicking the J'achéte button, for instance) no cookie is in the URL.
we also got a problems with using Tealium tags wihtin an iframe.
We got a page (domain xyz) where we implement an iframe (domain abc). We want to implement a facebook tag within the iframe. Do someone got a solution?
iFrame: <iframe height="1450" frameborder="no" id="iframe" src="https://domain.abc.de/page" scrolling="no" allowtransparency="true" style="border: medium none; width:100%; position: relative"></iframe>