The Gatsby setup is largely the same as the React integration guide, except it goes further into how to use the Gatsby framework’s setHeadComponents function, which is used to inject scripts and other common tags for websites.

For additional information, please see How to Add Google Analytics gtag to Gatsby Using Partytown.


npm install


The <Partytown/> component is imported from the submodule. The config properties are JSX props.

The following is an example of including the <Partytown/> component in gatsby-ssr.js. Notice the <Partytown/> component is in setHeadComponents, and the example analytics script has the type="text/partytown" attribute.

import React from 'react';
import { Partytown } from '';

export const onRenderBody = ({ setHeadComponents, setPreBodyComponents }) => {
    <Partytown key="partytown" debug={true} forward={['dataLayer.push']} />,
    <script key="analytics" src="" type="text/partytown" />
  // For GTM, we will need to add this noscript tag to the body of the HTML
        __html: `
                  <iframe src="" height="0" width="0"

Partytown Script

Add the type="text/partytown" prop for each script that should run from a web worker. The example below is using the React specific way of inlining a script with dangerouslySetInnerHTML.

    __html: '/* Inlined Third-Party Script */'

Copy Library Files

Copy library files to static/~partytown. How the files are copied or served from your site is up to each site’s setup. A partytown copylib CLI copy task has been provided for convenience which helps copy the Partytown library files to the correct directory. Below is an example of using Gatsby’s onPreBuild extension point. This can be added to gatsby-node.js.

const path = require("path");
const { copyLibFiles } = require('');

exports.onPreBuild = async () => {
  await copyLibFiles(path.join(__dirname, "static", "~partytown"));

It’s worth noting onPreBuild is only called during the build process. If you need to use copyLibFiles while in development you can use onPreBootstrap which is called when running both gatsby build or gatsby develop.

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