Tracking with iFrames

Options for tracking when using iFrames

Potential Solutions:

Inject Tracking Code inside of iFrame

Thank-You Page Hack

Zapier Solution

Custom Code

Remove iFrames

 

Inject the Tracking Code inside of iFrame

  • If you have a Native Setting
  • Hidden HTML Field
    • Inject the code via a hidden HTML field on the form.
  • Google Tag Manager
    • An option if your software has a native integration with Google Tag Manager that allows you to inject codes into the form.

Thank-You Page Hack

Zapier Solution (or similar)

  • Create a zap that will capture the event and send it to Wicked Reports. To work, your software must offer IP Address as one of the dropdown options in Zapier.

Custom Code

  • Custom Javascript placed on the parent page, that can be used when the content in an iFrame does not use standard UTM value formatting. Learn more here: Passing UTM Values into an iFrame

Remove iFrames

  • We recommend avoiding iFrames when possible. They are known to cause tracking issues - not just for Wicked users, but in general. If removing iFrames is a plausible option, it will ensure simpler and smoother tracking.