In the left side menu, click "Tags" and then on the "New" button.
Click on the first option "Tag Configuration" and select "Custom HTML".
Next, edit the tag name above and call it "Crownpeak" and then paste the code you received from us when you registered your site to our services.
Just below the code pasting area, you'll see the "Triggering" area. Click it, or on the pen symbol (Edit) on the side, and in the new window that opens up, select "All Pages".
Choose a triggerOptional "Triggering" instructions: Set to display on all pages for [specific site locations/geographies]. The trigger configuration needs to be set to include “or” statements (instead of “and” statements).
After clicking "All Pages", Tag Manager will return you to the previous window, where you click the "Save" button to save the tag.
After saving the tag, go back to the main screen of your account in Tag Manager and click the "Submit" button located on the top right.
In the new window that opens up, under Version Name, enter "Auto-Fix Added" and click on the "Publish" button located at the top right.
That's it! You have successfully installed the Auto-Fix system on your site and it is now making your site fully accessible.
Installing the Auto-Fix Script
The auto-fix script can also be installed by adding the script tag to your website. This script should be placed right before the end of your site's body.
It is important to understand - the Auto-Fix system can fully operate on any site, in any system, and even without any system at all. Our system works on the client-side and is not dependent on the server or the server-side language on which your site is built on.
For this matter, we have customers who maintain a website in many different systems, which are built in different server languages such as NET, Java, Python, NODE.JS, and PHP of course. Some of the systems Auto-Fix works on (beyond the obvious ones like WordPress, Joomla, Wix, Magento, and other popular sites: .NET Nuke, Umbraco, Drupal, Webflow, Weebly, Instapage, PrestaShop, SquareSpace, Blogger, Volution , BigCommerce, Confluence, dotCMS, DJANGO, Plone, Ghost (node.js) and many others.
As you might understand by now, there is no connection between the system on which the site is built on, to whether Auto-Fix will work on the site or not.
Need additional help?
If you need additional help and support when installing Auto-Fix please feel free to contact our support team or your Customer Success Manager.