Google Tag Manager (GTM) is a valuable tool that helps website owners consolidate their multiple tracking services into one, and gives a user one simple dashboard for all their analytics scripts.
1. Implemention of GTM
First, you need to create a Tag manager (Container ID) :
Create the Google Tag Manager container at:
Then you should create separate containers for the standard WordPress site and the AMP version.
creating the AMP container then you must choose container type= “AMP”
When creating the container for use with the NON-AMP then you should create a container type= “Web”
This means there will be different “container” / “container type” and different tags for the AMP and the non-AMP version of the site.
Follow the steps below to Add Google Tag Manager ( GTM ) in AMP for WP:
- From your WordPress dashboard, go to your sidebar. Head on over to AMP option panel -> Click on Settings -> Analytics -> Google Tag Manager
- Google Tag Manager: If you enable Google Tag Manager we can track particular tags on websites.
- Tag Manager ID (Container ID): In this field, you can enter the Tag Manager ID (Container ID).
- Advanced Google Analytics: If you enable this option you can Enter your Advanced Analytics code here inside this code you have to write account number for ex :(“account”: “UA-xxxxxxx-x”).
- IP Anonymization: By default, this option enables it will show the IP address
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2. Troubleshooting in GTM
1. How to fix the console error – it has been blocked by CORS policy?
If gtm amp container is correctly setup then also if you are getting cors policy error like the below screenshot then make sure the amp container is published and once you published it then this error will be fixed.
That’s it for this tutorial!
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