Many sites use Internet Explorer conditional scripting. When these scripts load on our worker servers the conditional actions will often cause pages to break and not fully load and therefore create a false report of broken page or a page not tagged.
ObservePoint Tag Debugger is an excellent alternative for web analysts who may currently use one or more of the following: WASP, Charles, Fiddler, OmniBug, SiteCat Debugger, Omniture Debugger, DigitalPulse Debugger or Google Tag Assistant.
Install the Tag Debugger:
Yes. Find this in the Duplicate or Multiple Requests report. Duplicate tags may be an indicator of data inflation.
Most of the time yes, but it depends on the tag. For example, we support HBX all the way to the current SiteCatalyst tags. Typically if a tag has version data we will catalog it.
Yes. We follow all redirects and will audit the terminal page if it is allowed by filters defined in the audit. We also catalog all other server status codes such as broken and access denied pages.
Yes. One item that makes ObservePoint unique in this area is that we observe actual image request for a given tag.
Yes! Follow these steps to configure an audit to scan a mobile site.
We support the following tags.
Most people simply use the email feature on their smartphone, we can send a text as well. If you want us to send you a text instead, follow these guidelines. Replace "phonenumber" with your own phone number, area code first. Do not include dashes, parenthesis, or spaces.