In this article, you learn how to integrate external scripts, such as GTM on your Sitefinity CMS sites.
NOTE: When you change the script configuration, whether adding, editing, or deleting a script, Sitefinity CMS invalidates the output page cache for all affected sites. This can reduce the performance until the cache is rebuilt. For more information, see Output cache.
To add a new script, perform the following:
NOTE: You need to enter a fully formed HTML including the <script></script> tags.
To edit or delete a script inside an existing configuration, perform the following:
The third-party scripts you use usually make requests to external web domains. By default, Sitefinity CMS security blocks such requests. For the integration to work properly, you need to allow these domains. Perform the following:
NOTE: Google Tag Manager is automatically enabled as a trusted source. However, if you are updating an existing Sitefinity deployment, you need to manually add its domains as described above.
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