The advanced settings control how the tag is loaded on the page and when it will fire.
It is important to have a good understanding of the order of operations before adjusting these settings.
The following image shows the available Advanced Settings, as displayed in the interface:
The Send Flag setting determines whether or not a tag sends out data when it loads. The default selection is Yes. If you select No, the tag loads normally but does not send data.
The Bundle Flag setting determines whether or not you want to bundle the tag configuration file into
utag.js. Tag using the All Pages load rule are automatically bundled by enabling the Bundle Tag Loading on All Pages setting in the publish settings.
If your tag uses a custom load rule, you can bundle it by setting this flag to Yes.
The load order for bundled tags and those using the All Pages load rule is determined by the order in which they appear in the UI. Bundling affects the generated file on the CDN (
Loading Google Analytics before bundling:
Loading Google Analytics after bundling:
The Tag Timing setting determines whether a tag loads when the
utag.js file loads, or the tag loads when the browser sends the DOM Ready signal. The default setting is DOM Ready (default), meaning the tag does not load until the browsers sends the DOM Ready signal.
Selecting Prioritized means the tag will load without waiting for the DOM Ready signal. If you load a tag before the DOM Ready signal goes out, you will risk the possibility of a resource or data the tag depends on being unavailable when the tag loads, which can negatively affect tag performance and capabilities.
This setting determines whether the tag loads synchronously or asynchronously. If you intend to load a tag synchronously, you must include the Tealium synchronous
utag.js file reference in the source code for the page. The default setting is No, which means that tag will load asynchronously. Tealium recommends loading tags asynchronously as a best practice.
Custom Script Source
.js file in the Custom Script Source field.
https: protocol from the URL and use a relative protocol. For example:
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This page was last updated: January 7, 2023