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No HTTP Response Question

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Hello-

 

We continue to get the error message: No HTTP Response for our AdWords conversion tracking.  The webmaster for the site uses Drupal for implementing tags, and I am not sure if that has anything to do with the issue.  Can someone please take a look and help us identify the issue.  The page we trying to track is:

 

http://www.marshall.usc.edu/node/11020/done?sid=49306

 

Thank you in advance!

 

-Andrew

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@Andrew S

 

it is physically missing the http in the src part of the conversion tracking code.

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David- I was under the impression that the new AdWords conversion pixels didn't need modification (that they worked for http and https). I had the webmaster make your modification, but it hasn't resolved the issue. Do you have any other suggestions? Thanks- Andrew

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currently, there seems to be
a syntax-error on that page --
a stray < around line 169.

 

see also

https://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.marshall.usc.edu%2Fnode%2F11020%2Fdone%3Fsid%3D4...

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@Andrew S 

 

I made an incorrect assumption. Apologies. Calling to the exact tracking url produces a valid header response when I check it manually. It has to be something on your end.  I think @Celebird's suggestion is worth correcting.

How are you ascertaining not getting a header response btw?

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Hi Andrew S,

Looks like you got this fixed. Google Tag Assistant no longer report no http response. I see you added "https: to the URL. That should work for you. The Tag assistant suggests placing the code just before the closing body tag. That's not absolutely required. It's also complaining you have no conversion value set. If there's no value to the conversion, you should probably set it to 0.

Otherwise, it looks like you have it straightened out.

Pete
petebardo -- Deadhead doing AdWords