Optional parameters

  • With the help of the etracker parameter et_cdi, a value (identifier) is transferred which is used to identify the website visitor using cross device tracking.
    To disable the display of the page feedback button on certain pages, you can insert the following parameter in the etracker code: var et_blockFB = true; Vice versa, you can also use the value “false” to make it possible to view the display of the feedback button page. Parameter block:
    <script type="text/javascript">var et_blockFB = true;</script><!-- etracker PARAMETER END -->
    With the help of the et_blockVV parameter you can disable the survey. Here, the parameter must be inserted into the etracker tracking code as follows: var et_blockVV = true; Vice versa, you can also use the value “false” in order to enable viewing of the visitor voice survey. Parameter block:
    <script type="text/javascript">var et_blockVV = true;</script><!-- etracker PARAMETER END -->
    To take dynamic changes to the page content into account when recording with UX Analytics, you can use the etracker tracking code.
    There is the option to disable the loading of jQuery by setting the parameter var _btNoJquery = true; in the parameter block of the etracker code. However, this only makes sense if a jQuery loads on the website anyway as smart messages and A/B tests cannot be exported otherwise.

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