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URL Tag isn't firing

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 Hi, everyone Smiley Happy
 Could somebody help me to solve the following problem - an URL Tag is not fired. Here were my    steps:

I would like to track clicks on a Navigation Menu Button - "History"

(URL - http://xxxxxxxx.com/history)

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  1. Enabled all the Clicks in Built-In Variables

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     2. Trigger Configuration (Trigger is called History)

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     3. Tag Configuration (Tag is called - Nav Clicks)

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     4. Published.

     5. This is the result Smiley Sad5.jpg

Any suggestions are welcomed. Thanks in advance Smiley Happy

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Re: URL Tag isn't firing

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Hi,

 

Please try with these trigger settings:

hystory-click.png

Let me know if it works.


Arnold Majlath, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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URL Tag isn't firing

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nope, still doesn't work..

URL Tag isn't firing

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Can you post a link to the page where you want to track the clicks?


Arnold Majlath, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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URL Tag isn't firing

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June

Re: URL Tag isn't firing

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Hi Alex. Your screen shot that shows the tag not firing is correct. Your trigger is a click, not a page view so the tag will fire and the GA push will send before the page load. So you will not see this tag firing on the history page. I went ahead and ran through your site. Your tag is currently firing correctly when I clicked from the home page to the history page in the navigation menu.Screen Shot 2017-06-01 at 3.13.06 PM.png

URL Tag isn't firing

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Thank you, Matt)

You're right. I only now checked Events in Analytics - and indeed, it captured all clicks to History page in Navigation menu as Events.