Feature – Dynamic Placeholder

The Dynamic-Placeholder Module offers you many possibilities to import data into your slider and to use it in headlines for example.

For example, if you know the name of your user, you can address him personalized on the first slide or enter his e-mail in the contact form.

Edit

Open the module settings for editing.

Settings

In the tab “General” you will find all settings.

Selector

The selector is a css-selector that specifies in which html elements the placeholder replacements are made. Usually nothing should be changed here.

Import Url parameters?

This setting allows you to import data into the slider using url parameters. https://my.page.com/slider?url-param=42

Send Url parameter with the lead?

If this setting is activated, the parameters from the url are not only available for replacements but are also transferred with the lead. (so you can e.g. loop your own tracking parameters through with the lead).

Import script url parameters?

In addition to the Url parameters, there are also so-called “script url parameters”. These are parameters that are appended to the embed code. https://cdn.slidevision.io/my-company/my-slider.js?script-param=42

Submit script url parameters with the lead?

Just as for the url parameters, you can use this switch to cause the script url parameters to be passed with the lead.

Prefill input fields if available

This setting makes it possible, for example, to pass the name of a user by url parameter and then have it automatically entered in the contact form.

For this, the url parameter name must match the submission ID of the name in the contact form.

Additional replacements

Replaces the values before they are replaced in texts (Replacement of replacement values) This option is more commonly used in complex sliders. For example, it allows you to replace the word “seventeen” with the numerical value “17” in values.

The entry in the field is made with “Name=Value”. One entry per line.

Make replacements

Replacements are made in the headings and most texts.

The syntax is always {{Submission-ID}}.

Either the input name or the submission ID is used as identifier. Both names describe the same thing, sometimes called “ID for the submission”.

You can read more about this in the article Set Submission-ID’s.

For example, if you have passed the name of your user via Url and the ID is contact-name, then you can use hello {{{contact-name}}! in the headline.

Replacements with fallback

There is also a so-called fallback. This is effective if the parameter was not found.

So you can write {{contact-name|visitor}}} in the header and if the parameter “contact-name” is set, it will be used and in the fallback case “visitor.

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