Adding Tracking Details for Advanced Shipment Tracking Plugin without order details in complete order email

I am using Advanced Shipment Tracking plugin from Zorem and I want to include only tracking information in complete order email without order details but I can not separate them while editing "astra/woocommerce/emails/customer-completed-order.php." but they both are under the action " do_action( ‘woocommerce_email_order_details’, $ order, $ sent_to_admin, $ plain_text, $ email );" I wanted to know how can I just keep the tracking info without order details. Thanks

Is Wisdom (survival) skill used for both tracking and finding tracks?

It is mentioned that to follow tracks you need to find them. It is also mentioned it can take up to an hour outdoor to find tracks you have lost (all under tracking, which is Wisdom (Survival).

The way I read it would be to use Survival no matter the situation (for both finding and following) but I read some people would use perception or investigation to find the tracks. When looking at the table for Sylvan random encounter in DMG p.87, in one entry it uses Wisdom (Survival) to both find and follow the tracks.

Also, I see a problem using other skills to find the tracks for a Ranger character because Ranger favored enemy feature states you have advantage on Wisdom (Survival) to track your favored enemy. Then it would be very strange for the Ranger not being able to find tracks he could easily follow due to his advantage on a check. And what if the Ranger for some reason is not proficient in perception would never be able to find tracks so not able to follow any?

So, the question is easy but I fear the answer is not as I was not able to find a straight answer to it.

I want to make sure that any character who want to become a good tracker (either through ranger or rogue sub-class) can do so. I feel that having to be good at 2 or 3 skills to accomplish one thing (i.e.tracking) is not the common usage of skills in 5e.

thanks for helping out.

Analytics Setup with G-Tag Manager Tracking Code Missing [closed]

Analytics Setup with G-Tag Manager Tracking Code Missing 1 Reply Dear Team, I have successfully setup G-Tag Manager, code placed in my site header & body. Now I want to setup G-Analytics & G-Ads conversion Setup. So I went on G-Analytics>Opened Account>Create a property. But after creating property MEASUREMENT ID & Stream Id is only showing. While setup G-Tags there is asking for "Tracking ID " But everywhere showing me Just Measurement, Stream & Property Id. Nothing I have found Tracking ID that starts with "UA" as G-tag suggesting to enter. Earlier I was setup using Global Code directly placing in the HEader & avoided G-Tag. Please help me to Find Tracking Code- start with G-tag & analytics setup. Details Code Implementation enter image description here

Cross Domain Tracking with Multiple GA UA Properties, Single GTM Container

I have a client who wants to route page views into separate GA Properties based off a returnUrl UTM. I am trying to configure this in one tag using one GTM container. I know that using cookies for Analytics is changing rapidly and I am having trouble getting everything set up.

Here’s how I have it configured currently:

returnUrl Trigger: enter image description here

That trigger fires a Page View tag configured like so: enter image description here

GTM Preview Fires Everything Correctly, and the Tracking Values are correct: enter image description here

I have added the original domain to Referral Exclusion Lists on each GA Property for the returnUrl domains. But I am not getting page views.

Google Tag Assistant is giving an error of "No HTTP response detected" for the Analytics UA-ID (which is correct).

I’ve seen a lot of different blog posts and tried implementing a few. But I’d like to solve this as quickly and smoothly as possible. I appreciate the help!

Blog posts used:

This post I have looked at but it looks like a lot more Tags / Triggers are involved. Before I bite this off I want to see if there’s a way to save this configuration.

Thanks for looking!

Tracking domains in installed applications

Many websites have tracking domains in their webpages, which I block using "Privacy Badger" Extension by EFF.

These domains are easily visible by pressing Ctrl+U in Firefox to see the "Page Source".

Also I have observed that many apps(which I download from the Google Play Store) show the content which is exactly similar to the content accessed by any web browser on the related web pages. I guess that those apps are nothing more than a web browser in themselves, accessing the related web pages[I MIGHT BE WRONG].

In the above case(or even in the case where content accessed by apps is aesthetically and/or functionally different than that accessed by a browser) I guess that the tracking domains(which are on the related web pages) are also baked into the apps.

My questions:

  1. Are the tracking domains present in the apps also?
  2. Any way to verify their presence[as was the case with Firefox above]?
  3. How to block them from tracking the user[as Privacy Badger does]?

Note: I am just talking about "simple" tracking methods(domains), not "advanced" ones like fingerprinting, Tracking Pixels etc.

GTM – Bad Event Tracking Code – Pageview Hit must precede event

I’m having trouble finding a GTM error. The error states that Google Tag Manager isn’t receiving the URL/page-name in Google’s Behavior->Landing Pages report before it receives an event.

I’m not sure how to find the offending page and of course, Google can’t tell me the offending page, so trying to use Google’s Tag Assistant would mean testing every single page on the website.

The error appears to be happening on all of the major browsers, so it doesn’t seem to be browser specific.

I tried to lookup one session by matching the session duration with user sessions. The session begins at 11:58 pm and ends at 12:04 am. However, when I use Google’s Tag Assistant, it doesn’t show any errors.

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If this were the problem page, it would appear that GTM looses the page name when the session wraps over the midnight hour, but this seems improbable.

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How can I properly identify the offending page without using Google Tag Assistant on every single page?

tracking in odi the package which uses a given mapping

I am trying to find the whole lineage and loading process of a certain table column. To begin with i am locating the mapping used to populate the column. To do this i use:

select mapping_name,     mr.qualified_name, datastore_alias,     t.table_name target_table,     mdl.cod_mod model_code from snp_mapping m inner join snp_map_comp mc on m.i_mapping = mc.i_owner_mapping     inner join snp_map_cp cp on mc.i_map_comp = cp.i_owner_map_comp     inner join snp_map_ref mr on mc.i_map_ref = mr.i_map_ref     inner join snp_table t on mr.i_ref_id = t.i_table     inner join snp_model mdl on t.i_mod = mdl.i_mod where cp.direction = 'O' and --output connection point     cp.i_map_cp not in         (select i_start_map_cp from snp_map_conn) --not a starting connection point; 

which works very nice. (Thread found here :

Now i need to find the package which uses this mapping, so that i will be able to investigate the whole loading process. So the question is: is there a query which can return the packages that use the mapping defined?. I did find an SNP_PACKAGES table but i am not sure if i can get anything from there.

Can I use Google Analytics to implement offline conversion tracking?

In a Google Ads account I’m working on, all conversions are imported from Google Analytics. How can I define a Google Analytics goal which has the Google Click ID configurable, i.e. such that reaching the goal is associated with a previously seen Google Click ID? I.e. can I have something to the effect of Offline Conversion Tracking except that I use Google Analytics (and maybe even Google Tag Manager)?


I’m working on a site which has its analytics managed via Google Tag Manager; some events configured in GTM trigger goals in Google Analytics, which in turn are imported as conversions in Google Ads. For example, “visitor requested a trial account” is a user interaction which is tracked like this.

I’d now like to track if people who requested a trial account actually logged in – and if so, track this as a conversion, too. When a visitor logs into his account, I can check a database to figure out the Google Click ID (if any) which the user got assigned when requesting his account. In case a GCLID is found, I’d like to have a GTM trigger which triggers a tag which bumps a Google Analytics goal (which in turn is imported as a conversion in Google Ads).

Configuring Google Tag Manager accordingly seems straightforward. However, it’s not clear to me what kind of Google Analytics Goal to create which explicitly specifies a click ID.