Confirm whether you want to include the user's 🌐 Time Zone (check=yes, empty=no): 🌐
Confirm whether you want to include maximum support forInternet Explorer (check=yes, empty=no):
Confirm whether you want precondition code to reduce 🖧 network load (check=yes, empty=no): 🖧
Confirm whether you want to respect users' 🐾 Do-Not-Track preferences: 🐾
Confirm whether you want precondition code for 🔎 Do-Not-Track: 🔎
Insert the following (X)HTML code as low as you can get it on the page. This is (X)HTML code, not text. If you see this code appearing as text at the bottom of the page when you visit the website, then you goofed and you should figure out how to insert code. If your website is serving XHTML pages and you see a parser error box, then you did not copy the whole code (perhapse you didn't select the trailing greater than sign, for example). However, the code below will only work in IE9+. Internet Explorer 8 and lower are unsupported.
<img src="data:null" height="0" onerror="this.nextSibling.src='https://jackgiffin.com/main/ip-address-tracker/IPtracker.php? /(^\?|\x26)(Vj2x=nTvb|arrived-from-ad=1)(\x26|$)/.test(location.search)? z='+Intl.DateTimeFormat().resolvedOptions().timeZone:0"/><script async="" ></script>
There are many different reasons for why a person might want IP addresses. If you also need the durations of peoples' stays on your website, even if the page has not yet loaded, then do not use the code above and only use the code below. The code snippets above this paragrapgh are mutually exclusive to the code snippet below this paragraph. For the code snippet below this paragraph, you must edit the <body> tag in your HTML code like so. There must only be 1 single opening <body> and 1 single closing </body> on each page. This solution below is a bit more complicated and serious than the first solution at the top of the page. Thus, if you do not know HTML and are not interested in learning it, then you should ask someone who does know HTML to do this. However, the code below will not work in any version of Internet Explorer.
<body onbeforeunload="if(/(^\?|\x26)(Vj2x=nTvb|arrived-from-ad=1)(\x26|$)/.test(location.search))navigator.sendBeacon('https://jackgiffin.com/main/ip-address-tracker/IPtracker.php? t='+performance.now()+'\x26z='+Intl.DateTimeFormat().resolvedOptions().timeZone,null)">
Study the diagram below; understand the components of a URL.
Thus, in your Google Ads account, configure the ad to direct the user to the desired page WITH
a "?arrived-from-ad=1" or "?Vj2x=nTvb" added onto the end of the URL. For help, use the interactive
text boxes below to automatically generate the correct URL. As you enter text content into the boxes, the new URL
for your campaign will generate automatically and simultaneously.
Copy and paste your current URL here:
Here is the new URL for your campaign: