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To get the Frosmo Platform up and running on your site:

  1. Plan your site setup.
  2. If necessary, create additional sites in the Frosmo Control Panel.
  3. Get the script elements from the Control Panel.
  4. Place the script elements on your site, and check that they work.
  5. Check the script status.Check your site modules.
  6. If necessary, set up single-page application support.

Planning your site setup

In the Frosmo Platform, a site represents an actual website of a company. Each site has its own custom script. When you create and manage a site in the Control Panel, you're actually creating and managing a custom script.  Each site also has its own dedicated set of data and statistics tracked by the Frosmo Platform on the website (such as product data, modification statistics, and conversions statistics).

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Whether you need to create one or more sites in the Frosmo Platform is ultimately a question of whether you can manage your domains and subdomains, including their usage data and statistics, as a single whole.  As a rule of thumb, create as few separate sites as possible in the Frosmo Platform. 

For example, if your company has several nearly identical websites, such as localized versions of the same website, and if you don't need to keep their data and statistics separate, create a single site in the Frosmo Platform and use its custom script on all the websites. If, on the other hand, you do need to keep the data and statistics separate, create dedicated sites and use the corresponding custom script on each website.

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  1. In the Control Panel, click your user name, and select Company Settings.

  2. In the companies and sites list, find the company for which you want to create the site.
  3. Click the quick menu button for the company, and select Create site.

  4. Define the basic site settings:

    • Site URL: Enter the complete URL for the site (for example, https://docs.company.com/). You can also edit the URL after you've created the site. As a rule, this URL also determines the site name ("origin") used to identify the site in the site's custom script and in the Frosmo back end (for example, docs_company_com).
    • Shared context: Enable this feature only if your website contains multiple domains or subdomains, or uses multiple protocols, and if you want to track visitors across the different domains and/or protocols. To enable this feature, click Enable. You cannot enable or disable this feature after you've created the site. For more information about this feature, see Data collection Context and storageshared context.
    • Frosmo status: Toggle the Frosmo Platform on or off for the site by clicking Frosmo on / Frosmo off. You can also switch the Frosmo Platform on or off after you've created the site.

  5. Select Conversion settings, and select the currency used to measure revenue on the site. You can also change the currency after you've created the site.

  6. When you're done, click Create.

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You have the following options for adding the Frosmo scripts to a web page:

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If the tag manager is set to delay script loading or loads several other scripts before the Frosmo scripts, the page loading speed may suffer. Therefore, even when using a tag manager, make sure that the Frosmo scripts are loaded as early as possible, preferably right after the site's native scripts.

Checking your site modules

A site module is a feature, such as selective profiling or the data layer, that is either active or inactive on a site. You can view information about the modules, including whether they are currently active. 

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