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  • Resolved Mushlih

    (@mushlih)


    Hi, I have some questions:
    1. I set the tour to run when someone clicks the “search” button on my “search form” site. The question is, can I set the tour to run only when the user clicks the “search” button for the first time? So if he clicks the “search” button a second time and so on, the tour is not shown.
    2. Can I make more than one tour on a page?
    3. I have a “search form” on my site, where users can view the search results they are looking for by clicking the “search” button or clicking “enter” on their keyboard. And I’m currently setting the tour to run when the user clicks the “search” button on the form. The question is, can I set the tour to run when a user clicks the “enter” button on their keyboard?
    4. I set for the tour to run if someone hovered over to class my-class1. Can I set for the tour to also run if someone hovers over to class my-class2 and so on? Can I use my-class* code ? so I added an asterisk to make the tour run if someone hovers over all the classes that have the prefix my-class.
    Thank you very much

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  • Thread Starter Mushlih

    (@mushlih)

    5. Can I set more than 1 trigger on a tour?

    Plugin Author Tomáš Groulík

    (@tomasgroulik)

    Hi @mushlih,
    Sending an answers:

    1. I set the tour to run when someone clicks the “search” button on my “search form” site. The question is, can I set the tour to run only when the user clicks the “search” button for the first time? So if he clicks the “search” button a second time and so on, the tour is not shown.

    Yes, you can do this by turning on Once Per Starting Page Load switch in trigger configuration

    2. Can I make more than one tour on a page?

    Yes, you can do as many as you like. But if triggers are overlaping, just one that was loaded first will run.

    3. I have a “search form” on my site, where users can view the search results they are looking for by clicking the “search” button or clicking “enter” on their keyboard. And I’m currently setting the tour to run when the user clicks the “search” button on the form. The question is, can I set the tour to run when a user clicks the “enter” button on their keyboard?

    You can set it to start on pressing any key – Event select in trigger configuration – but not particularly ENTER.

    4. I set for the tour to run if someone hovered over to class my-class1. Can I set for the tour to also run if someone hovers over to class my-class2 and so on? Can I use my-class* code ? so I added an asterisk to make the tour run if someone hovers over all the classes that have the prefix my-class.

    You can set .my-class1,.my-class2,.my-class3 but * is not supported

    5. Can I set more than 1 trigger on a tour?

    Not in free version. But in PRO you can setup simultaneously 2 trigger configurations for each tour. Therefore you can combine their settings and cover huge amount of use cases. E.g. run automatically but just in case of first visit of particular visitor together with starting when an info button is pressed.

    For closer look, what extra feature you can get with PRO, please visit
    https://deeppresentation.com/plugins/dp-intro-tours#pro-features

    Thread Starter Mushlih

    (@mushlih)

    Yes, you can do this by turning on Once Per Starting Page Load switch in trigger configuration

    This is if I set the trigger to “when loading a page”, what if I set the trigger “when clicking on a button”, is that possible?

    You can set it to start on pressing any key – Event select in trigger configuration – but not particularly ENTER.

    If so, then when the user types something in the search form, the tour will be displayed, even though I want the tour to be displayed when the user finishes typing and then clicks “Enter” on the form.
    Is there no special trigger if “User clicks the enter button”? If not, can you please include it in future features?

    Plugin Author Tomáš Groulík

    (@tomasgroulik)

    This is if I set the trigger to “when loading a page”, what if I set the trigger “when clicking on a button”, is that possible?

    Once Per Starting Page Load doesn’t mean that it works with On Load trigger … actually with this trigger it doesn’t have a sense and it is not displayed when On Page Load trigger type is chosen. It works with button.

    If so, then when the user types something in the search form, the tour will be displayed, even though I want the tour to be displayed when the user finishes typing and then clicks “Enter” on the form.
    Is there no special trigger if “User clicks the enter button”? If not, can you please include it in future features?

    Yes it will start when types something.
    Yes we can add it to development as a future feature

    Thread Starter Mushlih

    (@mushlih)

    Yes we can add it to development as a future feature

    Thank you very much, I will waiting

    Thread Starter Mushlih

    (@mushlih)

    Yes, you can do as many as you like. But if triggers are overlaping, just one that was loaded first will run.

    If they are overlapping, can’t this plugin display the overlapping tours sequentially?

    Plugin Author Tomáš Groulík

    (@tomasgroulik)

    If they are overlapping, can’t this plugin display the overlapping tours sequentially?

    I will think about it, however my first impression is that this feature doesn’t seem to be widely used and also that would make plugin much more complicated. Anyway we plan to expose public callbacks, so with little code snippet that would be possible in future updates.

    Plugin Author Tomáš Groulík

    (@tomasgroulik)

    Is there no special trigger if “User clicks the enter button”? If not, can you please include it in future features?

    From 2.1.0 of FREE version, you can set your trigger to start, when specific key was pressed. Just set trigger event to key down, key up or key press and below new field to set a keyboard code will be shown. For enter it is 13. You can find codes of keys here: https://www.w3.org/2002/09/tests/keys.html

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