You're excited about using CliClap but you don't want widgets appearing across your website and definitely not to distract your visitors from filling in their contact details on landing pages!

No worries, it's easy to configure CliClap where to show widgets and where not to.

From the Website Tree view:

you will see your website in a tree-like structure so you can see a graphical representation of your website and content.  Let's review the view header and understand what is presented:

  • Name - displays 2 icons indicating the setting rules (described below in the Edit Action) followed by the directory name
  • URL - the full URL path to the webpage
  • Display Widgets - indicates whether widgets are displayed (green dot) or blocked (red dot) on this webpage 
  • Tags - list the tags associated to this webpage
  • Actions - allows you to edit the settings or delete the node from the tree

By clicking on the edit option you can make the following changes: 

  • Populate all settings to sub directories - determine whether the settings for this directory should be populated to the sub-directories below (Display Widget/Tags) Note: the 1st icon in the Name field reflects this setting
  • Inherit all settings from the parent directory - determine whether the settings for this directory should be inherited from the parent directory above (Display Widget/Tags)  Note: the 2nd icon in the Name field reflects this setting, in addition: this attribute is not available on root nodes
  • Display Widget - whether to display widgets on the webpage
  • Tags - if you are using tags with your widgets then this is where you correlate which tags should appear on the webpage  Tagging allows for classification of your content into groups. (optional setting)

Navigation capabilities
Working with your website tree might be daunting at first but you will be able to navigate using some of the search capabilities described below:

  • Top left: if you are looking for a particular webpage you can enter a keyword and search for pages by the keyword
  • Top right: you can filter by tags or by active/inactive as related to the Display Widgets status

Filter Tips

It's a good idea to filter your tree for sanity testing, for example:

  • review all Inactive pages (those that are configured not to display widgets)

If you are using tags:

  • filter on No Associated Tags - to check if some webpages do not have any tags assigned
  • filter on a specific tag(s) - to review you have assigned the webpages properly

General Tips

  • If you are using tags you might want to consider a generic tag for the tree and set the root node to this tag and populate it to the entire tree.  As you add segmented content you can edit the individual branches with the correct tags.
  • If you identify a web-page where you do not want widgets to appear, i.e contact us page or register for webinar page, set Display Widgets to off and Inherit all settings from parent directory to off.  This will prevent future changes on the parent directory to impact this branch/node.  Identified below by the red icons.

If you have questions, send us a chat and we will be happy to discuss how to configure your website.

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