Matches CSS Selector Option in Google Tag Manager

Ever wanted to filter down on a certain Element, but the Options provided by Google Tag Manager weren’t enough? Introducing the CSS Selector method in Google Tag Manager with which you can filter down on any given CSS Selector, as long as you are comparing against a HTML element. In this video we are looking how to track links with an attribute of rel=”nofollow” and discover how the CSS Selector can be useful. Obviously you would know how to use CSS Selectors. Don’t worry if you don’t. I introduce you to an awesome tutorial. helpful Links: https://css-tricks.com/almanac/selectors/ Course: more Resources: . . RECOMMENDED

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