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GTM errors when trying to download file

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Hello.
When I try to download file on landing page - https://go.veeam.com/linux-ty.html - console gives me error notification.

It seems there's a conflict between GTM and webpage code - http://prnt.sc/cp96ot

Have you ever met such issues? Is there any way to get rid of that mistake?

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October 2016

GTM errors when trying to download file

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Hi Anna,

 

The problem is with the facebook lead tracking snippet which is fired through GTM on the thankyou page:

 

fbq("track","Lead");

 

It seems that it is fired before the fb init script is loaded.

 

Hope this helps you debugging.


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GTM errors when trying to download file

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Hi Anna,

 

The problem is with the facebook lead tracking snippet which is fired through GTM on the thankyou page:

 

fbq("track","Lead");

 

It seems that it is fired before the fb init script is loaded.

 

Hope this helps you debugging.


Arnold Majlath, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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GTM errors when trying to download file

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Yes, I changed trigger type for that FB pixel from "Pageview" to "DOM Ready" type, and this warning is gone now Smiley Happy

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