Inject GTM container tags into web pages in Chrome.
* FEATURES *
- Inject GTM container snippets into web pages
- Pre-define data layer variables before the container is loaded
- Rename your data layer (for custom data layer names other than the standard "dataLayer")
- Include or exclude from running on particular sites using regex/exact match for domains
* TAG MANAGER INJECTOR v3 *
TMI is a paid tool enabling you to inject your Google Tag Manager container snippet onto any page of any site without the need for code changes!
All you need is your GTM container ID.
This will be useful if you...
- Are considering using GTM as a tag management system and would like a test drive without actually deploying the GTM container on your site.
- Have a long wait for the snippet to be implemented and would like to pre-configure your container ready for when this change happens.
- Want to allow GTM's preview and debug mode, allowing you to fully configure and test your container prior to releasing the container snippet.
* USER GUIDE *
- Add the extension to Chrome and ensure that TMI is listed in your Extensions and enabled here... chrome://extensions/
- Click the icon in your Chrome interface and enter your GTM container ID in the format GTM-123456
- Refresh any tab to see your container injected
The container snippet is now active on any site you visit within that browser session.
- To stop the container from being injected, simply click the TMI icon again in Chrome and select DEACTIVATE
- You can restrict TMI to injecting GTM on certain domains using an exact and regular expression match.
- You can also push variables to the data layer prior to the container loading to test ecommerce implementations and other taxonomy.
* CHANGE LOG *
version 3.5 (21/06/2019)
- Added ability to rename the dataLayer
version 3.3 (21/06/2019)
- Accidental whitespace automatically removed from GTM container ID
version 3.2 (18/06/2019)
Fixes - version 3.1 (30/06/2016)
- exclude_matches added to manifest to block on tagmanager.google.com
This is a workaround for the container import button bug
version 3.0 (11/01/2016):
- Define dataLayer variables before the container is loaded
Fixes - version 2.2 (unknown):
- Various bug fixes
- TMI disabled on tagmanager.google.com by default
version 2.1 (14/10/2015):
- Hostname include filter
- GTM container ID and expression is retained when the injector is deactivated to avoid re-entry
* HELP AND SUPPORT *
Please send any queries or feature requests to firstname.lastname@example.org