Hi All - long time no see.
Working on a project now and I have a question for some of the experts (hint: Sanford Whiteman, Grégoire Michel, and others). To start off, an explanation of the issue. We're micrositing and adding in a new domain and CNAME. Let's say the base is www.aaa.com and the microsite is www.bbb.com. What we are trying to find is the easiest way to update LPs and Forms so that certain ones will go to aaa.com/pageName and others will go to bbb.com/pageName.
What is the easiest and most efficient way to do accomplish this? Is it through a bit of JS, or do we need to add in the external URL for each form destination?
- Adding in an onSuccess handler with a location tag results in a double-jump: first to the LP specified in the form and then to the LP specified in the onSuccess handler.
No double redirect (that's actually impossible, the browser will only end up on one or the other) but you won't be able to predict the outcome unless you
from your onSuccess listener.
Do you want the domain of the Thank You URL to always be the same as the domain from which they posted the form?
Adding in an onSuccess handler with a location tag results in a double-jump: first to the LP specified in the form and then to the LP specified in the onSuccess handler.
You can do better with the OnSuccess
You can for instance add a "domain" variable in the LP template and a little JS that swap the domains in the follow-up URL set in the onSuccess.
What we also do it have a JS that capture the domain in which the LP is displayed and set the same domain in the FUP, in the OnSuccess handler. This ensure consistency for all page: if the LP is displayed in aaa.com, the FUP will also be in aaa.com. If the LP is displayed in bbb.com, the FUP will be displayed in bbb.com. all automated