Adding Code Snippets to Your Flex Event

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Code snippets are small sections of JavaScript that provide you with additional analytics within your event, such as a Facebook Pixel or the Marketo Munchkin Tracker. If you're creating a Classic event, reference this article instead.
 
NOTE: Code snippets are added and managed within Admin. If you're unable to view them, contact your account's admin. Or, to have this feature enabled in your account, submit a case

1 Access the Code Snippet page. Begin by selecting your Flex event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Code Snippets. Click Add Code Snippet.
 
NOTE: Ensure that you have not added jquery or <script> or </script> to your code snippet. The Flex event will automatically render this for you. Additionally, Flex events use a single-page application for code snippets.

2 Add a code snippet. To the right of the Code Snippet field, click the ellipsis (...), then click Select to the left of the code snippet you want to add.

Select your snippet type. Your options include:
  • Initialization - Creates the connection between your event and tracking service, such as Google Analytics. This snippet will run when the page is done loading.
  • Trigger-based - All website and registration pages - Collects data whenever an invitee accesses a page of the website or registration.
  • Trigger-based - Registration conversions - Only collects data when a registrant completes their registration.
 
 User-added image

 
Click Save.
 
NOTE: You do not need to add code snippets individually to the headers of your website and registration pages.

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Code snippets are small sections of JavaScript that provide you with additional analytics within your event, such as a Facebook Pixel or the Marketo Munchkin Tracker. If you're creating a Classic event, reference this article instead.
 
NOTE: Code snippets are added and managed within Admin. If you're unable to view them, contact your account's admin. Or, to have this feature enabled in your account, submit a case

1 Access the Code Snippet page. Begin by selecting your Flex event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Code Snippets. Click Add Code Snippet.
 
NOTE: Ensure that you have not added jquery or <script> or </script> to your code snippet. The Flex event will automatically render this for you. Additionally, Flex events use a single-page application for code snippets.

2 Add a code snippet. To the right of the Code Snippet field, click the ellipsis (...), then click Select to the left of the code snippet you want to add.

Select your snippet type. Your options include:
  • Initialization - Creates the connection between your event and tracking service, such as Google Analytics. This snippet will run when the page is done loading.
  • Trigger-based - All website and registration pages - Collects data whenever an invitee accesses a page of the website or registration.
  • Trigger-based - Registration conversions - Only collects data when a registrant completes their registration.
 
 User-added image

 
Click Save.
 
NOTE: You do not need to add code snippets individually to the headers of your website and registration pages.

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Code snippets are small sections of JavaScript that provide you with additional analytics within your event, such as a Facebook Pixel or the Marketo Munchkin Tracker. If you're creating a Classic event, reference this article instead.
 
NOTE: Code snippets are added and managed within Admin. If you're unable to view them, contact your account's admin. Or, to have this feature enabled in your account, submit a case

1 Access the Code Snippet page. Begin by selecting your Flex event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Code Snippets. Click Add Code Snippet.
 
NOTE: Ensure that you have not added jquery or <script> or </script> to your code snippet. The Flex event will automatically render this for you. Additionally, Flex events use a single-page application for code snippets.

2 Add a code snippet. To the right of the Code Snippet field, click the ellipsis (...), then click Select to the left of the code snippet you want to add.

Select your snippet type. Your options include:
  • Initialization - Creates the connection between your event and tracking service, such as Google Analytics. This snippet will run when the page is done loading.
  • Trigger-based - All website and registration pages - Collects data whenever an invitee accesses a page of the website or registration.
  • Trigger-based - Registration conversions - Only collects data when a registrant completes their registration.
 
 User-added image

 
Click Save.
 
NOTE: You do not need to add code snippets individually to the headers of your website and registration pages.

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Code snippets are small sections of JavaScript that provide you with additional analytics within your event, such as a Facebook Pixel or the Marketo Munchkin Tracker. If you're creating a Classic event, reference this article instead.
 
NOTE: Code snippets are added and managed within Admin. If you're unable to view them, contact your account's admin. Or, to have this feature enabled in your account, submit a case

1 Access the Code Snippet page. Begin by selecting your Flex event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Code Snippets. Click Add Code Snippet.
 
NOTE: Ensure that you have not added jquery or <script> or </script> to your code snippet. The Flex event will automatically render this for you. Additionally, Flex events use a single-page application for code snippets.

2 Add a code snippet. To the right of the Code Snippet field, click the ellipsis (...), then click Select to the left of the code snippet you want to add.

Select your snippet type. Your options include:
  • Initialization - Creates the connection between your event and tracking service, such as Google Analytics. This snippet will run when the page is done loading.
  • Trigger-based - All website and registration pages - Collects data whenever an invitee accesses a page of the website or registration.
  • Trigger-based - Registration conversions - Only collects data when a registrant completes their registration.
 
 User-added image

 
Click Save.
 
NOTE: You do not need to add code snippets individually to the headers of your website and registration pages.

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Code snippets are small sections of JavaScript that provide you with additional analytics within your event, such as a Facebook Pixel or the Marketo Munchkin Tracker. If you're creating a Classic event, reference this article instead.
 
NOTE: Code snippets are added and managed within Admin. If you're unable to view them, contact your account's admin. Or, to have this feature enabled in your account, submit a case

1 Access the Code Snippet page. Begin by selecting your Flex event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Code Snippets. Click Add Code Snippet.
 
NOTE: Ensure that you have not added jquery or <script> or </script> to your code snippet. The Flex event will automatically render this for you. Additionally, Flex events use a single-page application for code snippets.

2 Add a code snippet. To the right of the Code Snippet field, click the ellipsis (...), then click Select to the left of the code snippet you want to add.

Select your snippet type. Your options include:
  • Initialization - Creates the connection between your event and tracking service, such as Google Analytics. This snippet will run when the page is done loading.
  • Trigger-based - All website and registration pages - Collects data whenever an invitee accesses a page of the website or registration.
  • Trigger-based - Registration conversions - Only collects data when a registrant completes their registration.
 
 User-added image

 
Click Save.
 
NOTE: You do not need to add code snippets individually to the headers of your website and registration pages.

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Code snippets are small sections of JavaScript that provide you with additional analytics within your event, such as a Facebook Pixel or the Marketo Munchkin Tracker. If you're creating a Classic event, reference this article instead.
 
NOTE: Code snippets are added and managed within Admin. If you're unable to view them, contact your account's admin. Or, to have this feature enabled in your account, submit a case

1 Access the Code Snippet page. Begin by selecting your Flex event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Code Snippets. Click Add Code Snippet.
 
NOTE: Ensure that you have not added jquery or <script> or </script> to your code snippet. The Flex event will automatically render this for you. Additionally, Flex events use a single-page application for code snippets.

2 Add a code snippet. To the right of the Code Snippet field, click the ellipsis (...), then click Select to the left of the code snippet you want to add.

Select your snippet type. Your options include:
  • Initialization - Creates the connection between your event and tracking service, such as Google Analytics. This snippet will run when the page is done loading.
  • Trigger-based - All website and registration pages - Collects data whenever an invitee accesses a page of the website or registration.
  • Trigger-based - Registration conversions - Only collects data when a registrant completes their registration.
 
 User-added image

 
Click Save.
 
NOTE: You do not need to add code snippets individually to the headers of your website and registration pages.

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