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Generic datanames

In addition to the datanames ​​that you can assign to fields in your form or when setting up an API, there are also general datanames ​​that are always available in Webanizr. Below an overview of these datanames:

 

Datanames ​​for pages

url@seo

This gives the url of this page. If a URL is specified in the SEO tab in the back-end, then this is specified. If this is not available, the automatically generated URL is given.

title@seo

This gives the name of the page as entered in the SEO tab. If this is not entered, the name of the page, the news item or other type of page will be given.

description@seo

This gives the description as specified in the SEO tab. If this is not specified, you will receive an empty text.

 

Datanames ​​for webshops

id@order

If you have a webshop, this gives the ID of the current order. You can use this for example in a link with MailChimp to keep track of which order a subscriber has given permission for the newsletter.

element@order

This gives the complete active order at a webshop. You can use this to show information about the order in following steps by using data from the order. For example, on the page after payment: "Thank you for your order, we will send it to you as soon as possible!".

 

Datanames ​​for websites with multiple data domains

name@domain

This web value indicates the name of the domain that is currently active. Especially useful if you want to keep an external link through which white label or other kind of website someone has entered via the link.

 

Datanames for campaigns (including UTM tags)

source@referral

This gives the name of the source of the campaign. Do you work with UTM tags? Then it gives the value of utm_source. The value can also be retrieved if the UTM tag is no longer in the url.

medium@referral

This indicates which medium was used for the campaign. Do you work with UTM tags? Then it gives the value of utm_medium. The value can also be retrieved if UTM tag is no longer in the url.

name@referral

This is the name of the campaign. Do you work with UTM tags? Then it gives the value of utm_campaign. The value can also be retrieved if UTM tag is no longer in the url.

term@referral

This indicates via which search or selection this candidate has been added to the campaign. Do you work with UTM tags? Then it gives the value of utm_term. The value can also be retrieved if UTM tag is no longer in the url.

content@referral

If you work with different mails or advertisements, it gives the name of the version through which the visitors came in. Do you work with UTM tags? Then it gives the value of utm_content. The value can also be retrieved if UTM tag is no longer in the url.

 

Datanames ​​for secure environments

id@user

Displays the ID of the currently logged-in user. This can be used for logging or exchanging / synchronizing accounts.

name@user

This gives the name of the logged-in user. This can be used for example on the login page: "You are now logged in as ".

 

Danames ​​for multilingual environments

abbr@language

This dataname gives the abbreviation of the currently active language. For example "en" or "es".

symbol@currency

This dataname gives the currency symbol that is relevant to this environment. For example "$" or "€".

 

Datanames ​​for dates

year@date

Displays the current year. For example, it can be used to automatically update a title: "View our events for 2018".

month-ago@date and month-ago@datetime

Returns that date exactly 1 month ago. This can mainly be used to filter lists or conditions on multi-step forms.

timestamp@now

Indicates the current time. The layout is in the number of seconds since 1970. Another format can be given with formatting options for dates.

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Datanames are an essential part of the Webanizr project