Use the ID/Class/Element option if you want to display changes on the pages of your website containing an element linked to a specific ID or class, whose presence cannot be determined by a URL. It is useful for targeting a set of pages that don't share a structure.
💡 Use case
For example, you want to create a specific carousel on the homepage of your website for clients who have the gold membership.
The only element that differentiates a gold member from a “standard” member is an icon located in the header of your website. Gold members have a specific menu/section listing all their advantages. On the website, this section is coded with an ID called #menu-gold.
In this case, you need to target the pages that contain this specific ID.
To do so, choose ID/Class/Element, select Include > ID and select the relevant ID from the drop-down list.
⭐ Good to know
For an “id” element, you must add "#" in the field, e.g.: #mytargetedid
For a “class” element, you must add "." in the field, e.g.: .mytargetedclass
🚩 Heads up
Make sure the element you target is specific to the page(s) you target for your campaign. If the element is also present on other pages, the campaign will also be triggered on this/these pages.
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