I'm trying to implement Google Trusted Stores on my Expression Engine site using Expresso Store addon.

I was able to get the GTS Badge code/part to work, however I can't get the 2nd code/part to work. Here is an example of Google's code:

<!-- START Google Trusted Stores Order -->
<div id="gts-order" style="display:none;" translate="no">

  <!-- start order and merchant information -->
  <span id="gts-o-id">MERCHANT_ORDER_ID</span>
  <span id="gts-o-email">CUSTOMER_EMAIL</span>
  <span id="gts-o-country">CUSTOMER_COUNTRY</span>
  <span id="gts-o-currency">CURRENCY</span>
  <span id="gts-o-total">ORDER_TOTAL</span>
  <span id="gts-o-discounts">ORDER_DISCOUNTS</span>
  <span id="gts-o-shipping-total">ORDER_SHIPPING</span>
  <span id="gts-o-tax-total">ORDER_TAX</span>
  <span id="gts-o-est-ship-date">ORDER_EST_SHIP_DATE</span>
  <span id="gts-o-est-delivery-date">ORDER_EST_DELIVERY_DATE</span>
  <span id="gts-o-has-preorder">HAS_BACKORDER_PREORDER</span>
  <span id="gts-o-has-digital">HAS_DIGITAL_GOODS</span>
  <!-- end order and merchant information -->

  <!-- start repeated item specific information -->
  <!-- item example: this area repeated for each item in the order -->
  <span class="gts-item">
    <span class="gts-i-name">ITEM_NAME</span>
    <span class="gts-i-price">ITEM_PRICE</span>
    <span class="gts-i-quantity">ITEM_QUANTITY</span>
    <span class="gts-i-prodsearch-id">ITEM_GOOGLE_SHOPPING_ID</span>
    <span class="gts-i-prodsearch-store-id">ITEM_GOOGLE_SHOPPING_ACCOUNT_ID</span>
  <!-- end item 1 example -->
  <!-- end repeated item specific information -->

<!-- END Google Trusted Stores Order -->

My question is, how do I pulled the customer email, customer country, etc details into the script. I tried using the Expresso Store tags for the data {order_total} etc, but that didn't work. I also tried that again after placing the Google script inside of my {exp: expresso store loop.

Using EE 2.8.1 and Expresso Store is up-to-date.

Thanks in advance!!

1 Answer 1


This code is on your order success page right? If so the information will be available within your

{exp:store:orders order_hash="{segment_xx}"}
  order info is all here


For example:

{exp:store:orders order_hash="{segment_3}"}
  <span id="gts-o-email">{order_email}</span>
  <span id="gts-o-country">{billing_country_name}</span>
<!-- now show each cart line -->
  <span class="gts-i-name">{title}</span>
  <span class="gts-i-price">{item_subtotal}</span>
  <span class="gts-i-quantity">{item_qty}</span>

Remember, if you want currency values that are not pre-formatted, just add _val to the end of each variable for a pure number i.e.

{item_subtotal} becomes {item_subtotal_val}
  • Thank you Jos. When I originally tested this, I had Google's Code inside a template and embedded that on the order confirmation page. So, I wonder if the parsing had something to do with it not working the first time. So,can I use the ExpressionEngine tags to pull the data: <!-- START Google Trusted Stores Order --> <div id="gts-order" style="display:none;" translate="no"> <!-- start order and merchant information --> <span id="gts-o-id">MERCHANT_ORDER_ID</span> <span id="gts-o-email">{order_email}</span>
    – db123
    Sep 22, 2016 at 13:32
  • Embeds are parsed fairly late on so it's possible the variables had already been written out by the time the embed was included. Try using a snippet instead - these are parsed very early on and might aswell be considered as being part of the page. Make sure the Google code is inside the {exp:store:orders order_hash="{segment_xx}"} tag pair and that you've replaced the elements in CAPS with the appropriate Store code (like I showed in the example) Sep 22, 2016 at 15:44

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