Note: You should not use this method if you installed tracking via the NuGet package, which would result in double tracking. You can update or change your tracking method at any time.
Adding the tracking script
- The tracking API call is made asynchronously to have no effect on web page performance
|iv||Tracks the anonymous visitor's actions across the the site. This is a persistent cookie.|
|is||Identifies a visitor's session. This cookie is used in conjunction with the iv cookie, and is erased when the visitor closes the browser.|
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The following example uses Google Tag Manager, but you can use any other tag management solution.
- Your Episerver onboarding representative emails the tracking script to you.
- Log in into Google tag manager (or other tag manager).
- Paste the code provided by Episerver into the (Google tag manager) HTML section. (Your tag manager may have a different field.)
Note: To install Content recommendations through a CMS or by manually editing a page, copy and paste the code into the tracking code section of web.config, or the <head> section of your web page.
- Click Save to publish the container.
- Validating the Idio tracking script
- Setting up sections and flows
- Setting up deliveries
- Rendering recommendations
- Blog: Implementing Idio analytics and content recommendations on an Episerver site - David Knipe
Last updated: Mar 06, 2020