Add Google Tracking Javascript Codes to Your Pages

Did you know that you could add a google tracking code to a specific page?
Well, ya can! This is especially useful if you're trying to track conversions of a form you've created. So say you've created a form using our CMS and after the user fills it out, they get directed to a "Thank You Page" that you created. Well, you probably want to track when a customer lands on that page. You can do that using our Virteom CMS in conjunction with a snippet of code you've received from Google.
 
And this is how.....
 
 

Login to the editor and navigate to the page you're interested in.

This provides useful when you are interested in tracking your page using Google Analytics, etc.

Click on "Editor"

Click on "Editor"

Open the Left Side Toggle Bar by clicking on it

Open the Left Side Toggle Bar by clicking on it

Click on "Javascript"

Click on "Javascript"

Paste your Javascript

Note that this will need to be encoded properly or else it will cause issues. You may want to run your code by a Virteom developer if you're unsure if it is properly written

Paste your Javascript

Always make sure to click "SAVE JAVASCRIPT" and don't get that button confused with the "SAVE PAGE" button that's above it. They mean different things! If you accidentally click SAVE PAGE your javascript updates will not save. So Beware!

Confused? Curious? Just want to ramble? - Contact Us at tickets@virteom.net and someone from our staff will be there to help!

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