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WP-Seventag

Descripción

This plugin integrates your WordPress site with 7tag, allowing you to add the 7tag container code to your website with just a few clicks via your WordPress Dashboard.

7tag – The easy-to-use tag manager for the busy marketer.

7tag is an open-source tag manager that’s free to download, use, and customize.

Download the latest version of 7tag now from 7tag.org!

Please note: You will need to have downloaded 7tag, installed on your server, and created a container before you can use the WP-Seventag pluin.

7 Reasons to Choose 7tag

  1. Easy-to-use & Intuitive Interface
    Save time and effortlessly add, change, and remove tags with the user-friendly 7tag interface. It’s incredibly easy to use for both non-technical and technical staff.

  2. No Data Limits
    Manage an unlimited number of containers, tags, and conditions, and process an unlimited volume of traffic.

  3. Gain Full Control Of The Software
    Host your 7tag tag management system on your own infrastructure and gain full control of the software. As 7tag is open source, you can review the code, modify it, & extend its functionalities.

  4. High-security Standards
    7tag was built using high-security standards to keep all your data and information safe. You can also enforce extra security by limiting access to the server.

  5. Free, Open-Source & Customizable
    Save your marketing dollars and download & use 7tag for FREE. As it’s open source, you can customize it to suit your needs and incorporate it into your own product.

  6. Works With All Tags On All Browsers
    Fire all types of JavaScript and pixel tags on all modern and legacy browsers to ensure your get all the information and data you need.

  7. Premium services for your 7tag
    Achieve more with your marketing campaigns! Our team can help you configure, optimize, and customize your 7tag tool to help you achieve your specific marketing goals and objectives.

7 Main Ways 7tag Can Help You

  1. Manage All Your Tags in One Place
    Save time by managing all your tags in one place. You can add, change, and remove any tag across all websites with just a few clicks.

  2. Collect Certain Information with Triggers
    Save time by managing all your tags in one place. You can add, change, and remove any tag across all websites with just a few clicks.

  3. Specify When a Trigger is Fired with Conditions
    Limit firing tags based on user-defined rules to the specific URL paths, DOM elements or individual forms.

  4. Test & Debug Your Tags Before They Go Live
    Avoid having to play catch up and fix broken tags in the live environment by previewing your tags and removing bugs before they are deployed.

  5. Control User Access & Permissions
    Create numerous user accounts and set granular permissions for viewing, editing, and publishing tags.

  6. Fast Loading with CDN Hosting
    Your tags will always load instantly thanks to 7tag’s integration with all the popular Content Delivery Networks (CDN).

  7. API available
    Keep all your marketing tools in one place by adding 7tag to your marketing stack with the 7tag API.

Capturas

  • WordPress General Settings - Visit 'Settings > 7tag', add your server's URL in the 'Server URL' field, fill in the 'Container ID' field, and then decide where you would like to place the 7tag snippet (wp_head is the preferred location for firing synchronous tags – e.g. for A/B testing and wp_head_open is the preferred location for firing asynchronous tags).
  • 7tag Containers Settings - Visit '7tag > Containers' and take note of the Container ID you want to implement into your site. Then, write that container ID in the 'Container ID' field in your WordPress Dashboard.

Instalación

From your WordPress Dashboard

  1. Go to ‘Plugins > Add New’
  2. Search for ‘WP-Seventag’
  3. Activate the plugin from the Plugin section in your WordPress Dashboard.

From WordPress.org

  1. Download ‘WP-Seventag’.
  2. Upload the ‘wp-seventag’ directory to your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory using your favorite method (ftp, sftp, scp, etc…)
  3. Activate the plugin from the Plugin section in your WordPress Dashboard.

Once Activated

Visit ‘Settings > 7tag’, add your server’s URL in the ‘Server URL’ field, fill in the ‘Container ID’ field, and then decide where you would like to place the 7tag snippet.

Please note

  • wp_head is the preferred location for firing synchronous tags (e.g. for A/B testing).
  • wp_body_open is the preferred location for firing asynchronous tags.

To learn more about which type of tags you should use (e.g. asynchronous or synchronous tags), read the Tags section in the 7tag’s documentation.

Multisite

The plugin can be activated and used for just about any use case.

  • Activate at the site level to load the plugin on that site only.
  • Activate at the network level for full integration with all sites in your network (this is the most common type of multisite installation).

Preguntas frecuentes

How do I use the wp_body_open function?

Paste the following code directly after the opening <body> tag in your theme:

What’s the difference between placing the 7tag snippet in the wp_head or the wp_body_open locations?
  • wp_head is the preferred location for firing synchronous tags (e.g. for A/B testing).
  • wp_body_open is the preferred location for firing asynchronous tags.

To learn more about which type of tags you should use (e.g. asynchronous or synchronous tags), read the Tags section in the 7tag’s documentation.

What are minimum requirements for the plugin?

PHP interpreter version >= 5.3

Reseñas

28 de diciembre de 2016
As the original 7tag was taken from Github, I really search for the last zip of it. Can somebody help me? Kind regards, Dorian
3 de septiembre de 2016
This 7Tag wordPress plugin works great. We are serving Piwik using 7Tag. We're very happy that there is an alternative to Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager, where the data is kept on your own server. I'm sure if you're reading this that you are also aware of and using Piwik. If not, Piwik is great too! Piwik combines the immediate useful dashboards of Google Analytics with the robust implementation flexibility of Omniture SiteCatalyst/Adobe Analytics. Most importantly though, the data you collect is yours as the data is housed in a server of your choosing. Thank you, Clearcode Team! All the best, Scott Fainstein
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Registro de cambios

1.4.1

Release date: 09.09.2016

  • Added support for get_sites function introduced in WordPress 4.6 version.
  • Added .htaccess file for increase plugin’s security.
  • Added for all php files, including templates, check condition for ABSPATH constant defined.

1.4.0

Release date: 17.05.2016

  • Added synchronous snippets inclusion via output buffering.
  • Expanded info on the 7tag Settings page about the synchronous and asynchronous methods of the 7tag inclusion snippets.
  • Update script.js file handling checkbox behavior on settings page.
  • Remove ‘-template’ suffix from template file names.
  • Replaced screenshots-1.png with a new one.
  • Updated the Polish wp-seventag-pl_PL.po/.mo translation files.

1.3.0

Release date: 12.05.2016

  • Added asynchronous snippets inclusion via output buffering.
  • Added methods wrappers for handling options functions.
  • Added script.js file handling checkbox behavior on settings page.
  • Correct link to plugins settings page.
  • Replaced screenshots-1.png with a new one.
  • Updated the Polish wp-seventag-pl_PL.po/.mo translation files.

1.2.0

Release date: 11.05.2016

  • Update synchronous and add asynchronous snippets.
  • Enable synchronous and/or asynchronous snippets loading.
  • Added info on the 7tag Settings page about the synchronous and asynchronous locations of the 7tag snippets.
  • Replaced screenshots-1.png with a new one.
  • Updated the Polish wp-seventag-pl_PL.po/.mo translation files.

1.1.0

Release date: 21.04.2016

  • Moved settings to a separate 7tag sub page under the Settings section.
  • Added info on the 7tag Settings page about the preferred location of the 7tag snippet.
  • Added instructions on the 7tag Settings page about placing the 7tag snippet into the HTML <body> element.
  • Added info about PHP interpreter’s minimum requirements version and other small fixes in readme.txt file.
  • Replaced screenshots-1.png with a new one.
  • Updated the Polish wp-seventag-pl_PL.po/.mo translation files.
  • Renamed a file from COPYING.txt to LICENSE.txt according to WordPress Detailed Plugin Guidelines.
  • Removed the repository and support for GitHub and changed the Plugin URI tag in the plugin’s header.

1.0.0

Release date: 02.11.2015

  • First stable version of the plugin.