To implement custom HTML into the body using Google Tag Manager, follow these steps:
- Log in to your Google Tag Manager account.
- Select the container where you want to implement the custom HTML code.
- Click on "Tags" in the left sidebar menu.
- Click on the "New" button to create a new tag.
- Give your tag a name and click on the tag configuration section.
- In the tag configuration, select the tag type as "Custom HTML".
- In the HTML field, enter your custom HTML code that you want to implement into the body of your website. Make sure your HTML code is properly formatted and valid.
- Configure the triggering for the tag. This will determine when and where the custom HTML code will be inserted into the body. You can choose from default triggers like "All Pages", "Some Pages", or create a custom trigger based on specific conditions.
- Save the tag configuration.
- Publish your changes in Google Tag Manager to make the custom HTML code live on your website.
Once the custom HTML tag is published, it will inject the specified code into the body of your website based on the triggering rules you have set. Make sure to test the implementation on your website to ensure it is working as expected.