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OMG!!!! I keep getting a message stating that my tag is not in the right place. I need big help.

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Here is the message I am getting. I can not figure out how to fix this. Please help me. My tag icon is red.
Tracking code placement
A site using frames should include the tracking code in the <head> section of the frameset (parent) page, as well as directly before the </head> tag of each child frame that you want to track. If you place your tracking code within a <noframe> tag thinking that this is equivalent to the body, the code will not run and no data will be recorded.

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Re: OMG!!!! I keep getting a message stating that my tag is not in the right place. I need big help.

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Thanks for all the info Pete. We are so blessed there are people around
like you willing to share your knowledge. I am only showing You Tube videos
right now. I will keep looking for the header...

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OMG!!!! I keep getting a message stating that my tag is not in the right place. I need big help.

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Suggest you install the Google tag assistant for Chrome. Then run it on a page where you have the Tag installed.  Often it will help you understand the issue in more detail.

 

The tag may be installed right after the <head> tag.

 

hth

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It is already installed with Chrome...I still don't understand. Where do I
find the tag? or for that matter, the "head"?

OMG!!!! I keep getting a message stating that my tag is not in the right place. I need big help.

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Hi HammerandNails w,

 

All html documents should have a head section. That's where you define things like the page title. The head section of your document starts with <head> and ends with </head>. Are you using a CMS system? If so, you'll need to look at that documentation to find out how to do this.

 

A site with frames has a top frame page, called the frameset. This page should have a head section. You should include the tracking code in the head section of the page. Within the frameset are individual frames. Each of the documents in all of the frames should have the tracking code placed in the head section as well.

 

That's what the message says anyway. You may need to contact your webmaster to figure this out.

 

Best of Luck!

 

Pete

 

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Thanks for all the info Pete. We are so blessed there are people around
like you willing to share your knowledge. I am only showing You Tube videos
right now. I will keep looking for the header...

OMG!!!! I keep getting a message stating that my tag is not in the right place. I need big help.

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You repli aae fillfill with great info ad I thank you for attepting to to help me. I have GoogleTag and chrome inttalled. These messages are coming from the tag assistant after tyng to record tag activity from you tube channel.