The Ultimate List of Unbounce Tips, Scripts & Hacks


#21

Moar knowledge!

Update:
Added How to Dynamically Swap an Embedded Video with URL Parameters (08/08/2016)


#22

Wow, a great List… Justin

Will experiment with the given scripts.

Thanks to you Justin and all the contributors …


#23

Update:
Added How to Add Tooltips and Rollover Images


#24

Update:
Added Dynamic Form Confirmation Using Browser Redirects


#26

#27

Update:
Added How to Add a Sticky Video Widget.


#28

Update:

Added How-to Add Google Address Autocomplete to your Forms.


#29

Update:
Added How-to Create Horizontal Forms in Unbounce.


#30

Update:

Added How-to Dynamically Swap an Embedded Video with URL Parameters.


#31

Update:
Added How to Auto-fill Form Fields in Unbounce using Local Storage.


#32

Update:
Added How to add Buy Buttons + Shopping Cart to Unbounce.


#33

Update:
Added How to Segment Mobile and Desktop Visitors on Google Analytics.


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#36

Update:

Two brand new workflows have been added to the The Ultimate Tips, Scripts & Hacks library.


The first script by @Rob and @Noah allow you to track button clicks and display specialized lightbox content by using the Dynamic Text Replacement feature.

The second script by @Oren will determine which content to show and which content to hide depending on what mobile device your viewers are using - allowing incredible cross-device optimization.


#37

Update:

A brand new script been added to the The Ultimate Tips, Scripts & Hacks library.

This script was tag-teamed by @Noah and @Rob to allow you to add Collapsible sections to your landing page. Use responsibly! :slight_smile:


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#41

We just launched a brand new script that allows you display a nifty little typed-text effect on your Unbounce Landing Pages & Convertables. :partyparrot:

Here’s what it looks like in action:

Big shout out to @Noah :noah: for whipping this up!


#42

I love this script. It’s essentially a form of Form Logic that allows you to show certain form fields based on user input from a dropdown menu. This has the potential to be super useful and could easily help improve conversion rates.

Props to @rob on this one. You sir, are a machine. :robot: :spinbounce: