Brightspot CMS User Guide

Adding Google Tag Manager snippet to Brightspot site


The following procedure describes how to add a Google Tag Manager script to your site's <head> elements.

To add Google Tag Manager snippet to Brightspot site:

  1. Click menu > Admin > Sites & Settings.
  2. In the Sites widget, select the site to which you want to add a Google Tag Manager container snippet.
  3. Under the Front-End tab, expand the Advanced cluster.
  4. Under Custom Scripts and Styles, click add_circle_outline to add a custom head script.
  5. Enter an internal name for the custom head snippet.
  6. Under Request Matcher, configure the filters for deploying Google Tag Manager. (The default settings are optimized for most web sites.)

    Tip
    The default Request Matcher settings will apply to every page. To proceed with these settings applying to all pages on your site, refrain from making changes to this section.

    Google Tag Manager Screenshot1.png

  7. Under Elements, click add_circle_outline and select Script Element.
  8. Enter an internal name for the script element.
  9. Under Type, select Inline.
  10. In theBody field, paste the JavaScript container snippet you copied from Google Tag Manager.
  11. Delete the <script> and </script> tags. These tags are automatically included by Brightspot.

    Google Tag Manager Screenshot2.png

  12. Click Save.
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