Slider – Structure and Elements

Slider – Rough classification

Roughly speaking, a slider can be divided into the following sections:

  • Question area before conversion
  • Request for contact details
  • Confirmation page after conversion
  • Further questions after conversion

After the confirmation/conversion page, we offer the option to further refine leads. To use this option, you must implement a lead update mechanism on pages of your backend.

Slider – division by roles

The different slides can also be classified according to their role. The following roles currently exist:

  • Role question – questions slides
  • Role zipcode – postcode query slides
  • Role loader – briefly pauses the slider and simulates a “working system”
  • Role contact – contact details slides
  • Role confirmation – confirmation page after conversion

Slider – modules in the backend

Use the backend to edit your slider. In the backend, the slider is composed of the following module types:

  • Addon – are modules that interact with the slider (e.g. progress bar)
  • Slide – describe the contents of the slider (questions, loader, contact details, confirmation page, …)
  • Feature – extend the function of the slider (e.g. tracking, form submission, input focus, … )
  • Styling – determine the appearance of the slider (e.g. Global Question Styling)
  • Vendor – If we have developed a custom solution for your company, your slider will have a special Vendor module
  • Controller – Is the heart of the slider and always the last module in the backend.

If you want to add a new module, you have to click on “Insert module” in the respective section and select the corresponding module.

The modules are colour-coded according to their function (slide, addon, feature, styling, submission&tracking).

In this article you will learn how to edit the questions in your slider: edit-questions.

In this article you will learn how to edit the Dynamic Headline addon: Dynamic Headline.

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