Updated: April 2nd, This issue has caused some serious headaches in the very beginning when I started using it. Does this sound familiar to you? If you find a solution to your problem by yourself and that solution is not mentioned in this article , please let me know in the comments. Turns out the snippet was never published to the live version of your website — a developer made a gawky mistake and somehow failed to publish changes. Although this tip might sound silly, you should not ignore it. Tag Assistant will help you do that. Also, keep in mind that you or your developers should not modify the GTM container snippet. It must be added to the site exactly as you have copied it from the GTM interface. I have been there more than once and it keeps getting more and more frustrating every time.
If you manage to solve the problem by yourself
If you don't have Google Tag Manager installed yet you can find out how in the Google Tag Manager support article about installing it. This guide outlines how to add Hotjar via the official Google Tag Manager integration which is suitable for many common Hotjar setups, but it can also be added manually as a Custom HTML tag. As soon as you have created the Site in Hotjar, you will be presented with the first step if Hotjar has auto-detected your site has a GTM container. If you do not see the first step, choose the GTM installation. Google controls all of the steps that involve logging into GTM and granting permission to Hotjar. The exact flow and page appearance may change, but the steps should not change much. Allow and confirm permissions granted by clicking Allow. Hotjar will tell you here if you do not have any containers in this account.
#1. GTM Snippet is Not Added to the Website
From a previous post I asked how to add the google tag manager codes, followed all the instructions and the codes are within the website but when I checked using google tag assistant the codes are not working. Thanks for writing in! By implementing it on your child theme: First you will need to setup a child theme and activate it. Create file base. It seems to be a temporary caching issue.
In this article, we will show you how to properly install and setup Google Tag Manager in WordPress and explain the benefits. Often website owners need to add multiple code snippets to track their conversions, traffic, and gather other analytical data. With Google Tag manager you can easily add and manage all of these scripts from a single dashboard.