Short Code to grab any URL parameter from the Query String and display it or display conditional content.
This plug-in when used with XYZ HTML (css & Js too) plug-in make a killer combination for personalizing WP pages and posts for your visitors.
The [ifurlparam] conditions are a nice bonus. Wish it supported the 'isNot' clause but a huge find nonetheless.
For Infusionsoft users This is a must if you are using WordPress to host your surveys or web forms and you have a multi-step process you want your visitors to use.
As a result, the vital info which distinguishes each visitor wasn't being picked up UNLESS you used this plugin.
I had this info being passed to hidden fields from form to form so that every time the next form was submitted infusionsoft knew which visitor it belonged to.
as an example, if you wanted to pass on the email field from form to form in a hidden field, then the infusionsoft code for that field would look something like this:
<input id="Email" name="inf_field_Email" type="hidden" value="" />
After installing the plugin, you'd add this to the HTML code you got from infusionsoft to make it look like this:
<input id="Email" name="inf_field_Email" type="hidden" value="[urlparam param="inf_field_Email" /]" />
Hope others find this useful, and great job on the plugin!
First test: works as advertised. It didn't work with tag nesting in the other plugin I was using this with, but others seem to have confirmed it normally works.
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