Desperately trying to figure out how to dynamically insert text within an HTML box based on URL parameters. This is a feature Instapage offers and is the only reason I still use instapage and am not 100% Unbounce. Tried explaining my use case below, does anyone have ideas for a workaround? Instapage makes it seem so easy but I haven’t found anything that works using java/html in this forum or others
I use Typeform.com forms for lead capture almost exclusively, except for simple name/email/message forms.
Typeform’s are embedded into Unbounce using the HTML element. Typeform has hidden fields which allows you to pass form data in the submit URL. Instpage’s dynamic text replacement allows you to replace text anywhere on the site, including within HTML boxes, by inserting your URL parameter within brackets, for example: [anykeyword]
For example, if page URL = www.mysite.com/page1?param1=example
iframe id=“typeform-full” width=“100%” height=“100%” frameborder=“0” src=“https://account.typeform.com/to/z3tHHB**?param1=[param1]**”></iframe
Then the LIVE page’s html will insert param1 into Typeform’s HTML code, therefore providing the hidden field using the page’s URL parameters. This is the end result =
iframe id=“typeform-full” width=“100%” height=“100%” frameborder=“0” src=“https://account.typeform.com/to/z3tHHB**?param1=example**”></iframe
Here is a live URL example. https://www.arizonahomeapprovals.com/gilbert-neighborhoods?neighborhood=Breckenridge
The URL parameter value for “neighborhood” can be replaced to anything and dynamically change the site’s HTML (viewsource and search “typeform” to get to the Typeform html).
I hope someone will understand what I’m trying to communicate, and I appreciate your help very much. Please let me know if you have any questions, thank you! - Rick