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10-13-2015 11:58 AM
I am attempting to conduct a tag audit of one of our websites and when I navigate to that site I see in my Charles Proxy that Tealium is invoked upon page load, but I don't see the actual snippet in the page source of any of the pages of that site. How is this possible?
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10-16-2015 04:30 PM
When you say you can't find the Tealium snippet, do you mean you can't find the utag.js reference?
The utag.js reference might look something like this:
Our utag file is an asynchronously referenced file, so you're not going to see the code included directly in the page source, but you will see network calls for Tealium activity when the page loads. This is a result of this file being downloaded and run by the site.
10-20-2015 03:38 PM
Yes I did mean the utag.js reference. I feel like most of the time I'll see the utag in the page source along with network calls, but it helps to know that that might not always be the case.
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