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Easily include your Google Tag Manager tag in your django site

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Template tag to install your Google Tag Manager account in your templates (http://www.google.com/tagmanager/)

## Installation and Usage

  1. run pip install django-google-tag-manager
  2. add ‘gtm’ to your INSTALLED_APPS setting.
  3. set GOOGLE_TAG_ID to your Google Tag Container Id. It should look something like GTM_XXXXXX
  4. In your templates (probably in your base template) you {% load gtm_tags %} and then add {% gtm_head %} to your <head> and add {% gtm_body %} just below your <body> opening tag.
  5. Profit

That’s it for the most part. If for any reason you want to override the templates used to render the tags, they are called gtm/gtm_head.html and gtm/gtm_body.html.

Optionally, you can pass the google tag id as a parameter to the templatetag like this:

{% gtm_head “GTM-ABC123” %}

and

{% gtm_body “GTM-ABC123” %}

For backwards compatibility you can still use the single {% gtm %} tag just below your <body> opening tag. This will output both the head and body code.

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