A Content interaction allows you to manipulate existing content (images, text) on a web page and replace it by other content.
The following is an example of a Content interaction:
Content interaction configuration
You compose the content for the Content interaction using the (inline) text editor. For information on using the inline text editor see Text editor.
Content properties settings
Content Styling settings
To use content styling settings, open the Properties box in the right hand side of the page and use the Styling settings pulldown menu.
These are the styling options:
Contents: Click Load examples to see over a content templates you can customize to create forms, collect email addresses, manage privacy, offer customer codes/coupons, manage subscriptions, launch a survey, or deliver a text message.
CSS URL: Add a CSS URL to use an external CSS library.
CSS styling: Enter custom CSS to add styling to your content interaction.
This URL will be loaded for this specific interaction and will only be added on the frontend page and the BlueConic simulator.
Click event selector: Select an element in the page to register a click for this dialogue if the visitor or customer clicks the selected element. Use the Visual picker to choose a position on the page. A visual picker page opens where you can select the position. Learn more about selecting a position using the Visual picker.
Keeping up with content changes
When you select a position on the page to be used for the content interaction, the original content of that position will be the starting value of your content interaction. The original content is copied to BlueConic and now part of this content interaction. This means that future changes in the original page will not be reflected in this content interaction, but will be replaced by the content that you have edited and saved for this interaction.
The Content Action is a standard plugin.