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Migrating Criteo tag to Tealium

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By now I've loaded Criteo without tag manager using this code: <script type="text/javascript" src="https://static.criteo.net/criteo_ld3.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> document.write('
'); document.write('
https:\/\/sslwidget.criteo.com\/psu\/<\/div>'); document.write('
transaction<\/div>'); document.write('
wi=XXXXXX&s=1&i1=1&p1=1&q1=1<\/div>'); document.write('<\/div>'); </script> I need to load this Criteo code through Tealium but I don't know which tag do I have to choose. How can I configure the Criteo tag present in the marketplace with the information contained in the above javascript? Do you have any tips ? Francesco
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Migrating Criteo tag to Tealium

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Francesco, I'm not terribly familiar with the Criteo tags so I've asked our Solutions team to weigh in. Do you know if this is the Criteo or Criteo One Tag? Criteo Tag: https://community.tealiumiq.com/posts/550642 Criteo One Tag: https://community.tealiumiq.com/posts/665837
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Migrating Criteo tag to Tealium

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Hi Clint, I don't know, could you suggest me a way to figure out if it is the Criteo or Criteo One Tag? Francesco
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Migrating Criteo tag to Tealium

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Francesco, This is not the Criteo nor Criteo One tag. This is the Criteo Widgets script, which seems like it is still in beta. I can't seem to locate it on their site and everything else I find about Criteo Widgets infers that it is still beta. To implement something like this in Tealium you could use a Tealium Generic Tag to load the JS File: Add the Tealium Generic Tag Give it a Title Select Script from the Type Drop Down Paste the following into both HTTP and HTTPS fields: //static.criteo.net/criteo_ld3.js Then you would use the Content Modification extension to inject the divs: Add the Content Modification Ext Paste the following into the Content Box: It is unclear where the
elements should be appended so I'm not sure what to advise around the Identifier and position. You can see the following post about the Content Modification Extension which will help with configuring these sections once you know where the div elements need to go: https://community.tealiumiq.com/posts/550221 Hope this helps.
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Hello Jared, Thank you for the quick answer. Francesco.