How to add a script when the vendor tag is not available the marketplace?

shahryar89
Rookie Contributor
shahryar89

Hi, 

Can anyone help me with adding the script to the website that fires on all pages?

That's how the script looks like:

<script>!function(s,a,e,v,n,t,z){if(s.saq)return;n=s.saq=function(){n.callMethod?n.callMethod.apply(n,arguments):n.queue.push(arguments)}.....................and ends with ;saq('ts', 'N7s6kQZzcUeS4PXbw7viGA');</script>

The marketplace doesn't have the vendor tag available, and tried using generic tag too, but no success. I would appreciate if anyone could help me with.

 

Thanks in advance

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How to add a script when the vendor tag is not available the marketplace?

ianantjohn
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ianantjohn

Had a problem with this myself, apparently what you are looking for is to add an "extension" with the javascript type.

Hope this helps!

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How to add a script when the vendor tag is not available the marketplace?

shahryar89
Rookie Contributor
shahryar89
Thanks for your reply. I tried that too but, it increases the number of extensions from (33 to 34) when you check through (web companion tool) but not by its name which is "StackAdapt", how to figure it out if it's implemented or not? Aand I want to run this script on all pages and I do not see any option in the "Scope" from the drop-down menu?

Is there anything I'm missing?

How to add a script when the vendor tag is not available the marketplace?

ianantjohn
Rookie Contributor
ianantjohn

Hey hey,

I also had difficulty with this, but appeared to fix as soon as I selected "Approve for publish" to my preferred environments. If you're still struggling and need to load with a specific tag then you can simply use: "Specific Tag(s)" to apply your extension to a tag.

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How to add a script when the vendor tag is not available the marketplace?

Luca
Bronze Contributor
Bronze Contributor Luca
Maybe you've not published it correctly, it's strange that you can see the number of extensions increase but you can't find it in the list. Are you watching the right list? Maybe you are checking the Tags one.
If you want to check if something is effectively online, you can use the Search tab in the browser Dev Tools and search for the code.

About the "all pages" part: the Scope indicate "when" fire that extension, not "where". Your tags and extension are published in all the pages where the TMS is deployed unless some Condition states differently.

How to add a script when the vendor tag is not available the marketplace?

Tealium Expert
Tealium Expert
Hello @sharyar89 - have you tried the Tealium Custom Container tag? It is an alternative to use when a pre-built integration does not exist. There is a document here which gives some ideas how to use it. it's a special "shell" tag to wrap around your script above. It also will allow you to map data layer elements if needed.

How to add a script when the vendor tag is not available the marketplace?

shahryar89
Rookie Contributor
shahryar89

Hi Mitchellt, 

 

Thanks for the help! but I managed to fix it via generic tag, and now it's firing on all pages. I must say, I couldn't find any HOW to topics and videos regarding such things. I got mixed answers saying use (Extension, Generica Tag, Container) 

Thanks Everyone! For the help and support :)

How to add a script when the vendor tag is not available the marketplace?

shahryar89
Rookie Contributor
shahryar89

It is weird, but somehow I managed to fix it via a generic tag. Thanks for the help :)

How to add a script when the vendor tag is not available the marketplace?

shahryar89
Rookie Contributor
shahryar89

The generic tag did the job :) Thanks mate!