<script>html node on every page of your website that holds a
srcattribute that points to the Container URL. TagCommander differentiates two types of Container to define whether the Container should be placed in the
<head>or in the
<body>section of the HTML document.
<head>Container are used to implement A/B-testing and personalisation Tags that usually impact the visual content of a website before it is presented to the user. Therefore it is important to place them as high as possible in the
<head>section of your website.
<head>Container file is loaded synchronously to avoid potential content flickering effects.
<body>Container are used to implement Tags that measure information. These Containers are therefore placed at the end of the
<body>section to make sure they have minimal impact on the loading time of the content of the website.
<head>Container it is possible to implement
onloadevent of the page or it is possible to use the
asyncattribute in the
tC.containersLaunchedprovides information of each loaded TagCommander Container.
tc_varsthat holds the meta data of the page as direct properties. The required Data Layer properties are defined during the TagCommander setup process, but you can find a list of common properties here.
<body>Container are used on a website.