Can you use conditional based on a referring URL?

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    Carole Asselin
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    Deprecated: wp_make_content_images_responsive is deprecated since version 5.5.0! Use wp_filter_content_tags() instead. in /nfs/c09/h02/mnt/138233/domains/s2member.net/html/wp-includes/functions.php on line 4777

    I have NO idea if it is feasible, but if s2M uses so many conditionals and is so powerful, i am wondering if it is possible to display content based on what link the user comes from.

    I plan on having a “poll” question leading to a single page but with different tags in the URL. That will allow me to track the clicks on Active Campaign, but i thought that MAYBE, i could conditionally show a different response to them clicking on the link and answering the poll.

    Is that possible or am i just dreaming in IMAX?

    #631

    Deprecated: wp_make_content_images_responsive is deprecated since version 5.5.0! Use wp_filter_content_tags() instead. in /nfs/c09/h02/mnt/138233/domains/s2member.net/html/wp-includes/functions.php on line 4777

    You could with some PHP. WP Admin -> s2Member -> Restrictions -> Shortcode Conditionals -> PHP

    E.g.

    [s2If php="isset($_REQUEST['answer']) && $_REQUEST['answer'] == '1'"]
    You answered "1".
    [/s2If]
    
    #632
    Carole Asselin
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    Deprecated: wp_make_content_images_responsive is deprecated since version 5.5.0! Use wp_filter_content_tags() instead. in /nfs/c09/h02/mnt/138233/domains/s2member.net/html/wp-includes/functions.php on line 4777

    Hum… not sure if i should be happy (that it is possible) or scared (that i have NO CLUE what that code is about!)
    I’ll have a look further, but you are giving me hope that something really interesting can be done to customize user experience!

    #633

    Deprecated: wp_make_content_images_responsive is deprecated since version 5.5.0! Use wp_filter_content_tags() instead. in /nfs/c09/h02/mnt/138233/domains/s2member.net/html/wp-includes/functions.php on line 4777

    🙂

    Well, when you send a variable to the next page, it can be either through the URL ($_GET) or a submitted form ($_POST). See:

    http://php.net/manual/en/reserved.variables.get.php
    http://php.net/manual/en/reserved.variables.post.php
    http://php.net/manual/en/reserved.variables.request.php

    I hope that helps!

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