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Non-trackable landing page is still identifying me

Question asked by Dan Stevens. Expert on Oct 27, 2015
Latest reply on Jan 16, 2019 by Sanford Whiteman

I've build a non-trackable landing page template that includes the following code:

 

<!-- CREATE EMPTY MUNCHKIN COOKIE - TO ESENTIALLY MAKE THE PAGE UNTRACKABLE -->

  <script>document.cookie = "_mkto_trk=;path=/;domain="+window.location.host+";expires=0"</script> 

<!-- END -->

 

 

<!-- Clear the Marketo tracking cookie value on submission of the form, without having to delete the cookie itself from the user’s browser. -->

  <script>

//add a callback to the first ready form on the page

MktoForms2.whenReady( function(form){

    //add the tracking field to be submitted

        form.addHiddenFields({"_mkt_trk":""});

        //clear the value during the onSubmit event to prevent tracking association

    form.onSubmit( function(form){

        form.vals({"_mkt_trk":""});

    })

})

</script> 

<!-- END -->

 

I then use this template to build a landing page with a form where no tracking or identification should occur (this page will be used internally to approve/deny event registrants).  Yet when I visit the page, all of the pre-fill fields are auto-populated with my name.  Am I forgetting another piece of code?

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