What Are Custom Experiences
- User roles – Is logged in, is not logged in, role, registration date, name, number of comments.
- Post or Page – Control which pages, title, category tag, status, author and more.
- Time & Date – Set dates, times, days of the week, days of the month and month.
- Request data – Cookie, post variable, URL query string.
- Referral – URL, domain, post, page, category, tag.
What is a Default Experience
How to Create a Custom Experience
URL Parameter Example
Set the Priority of the Custom Experience
Show or Hide content based on if a user is logged in or logged out
You can also choose to show/hide content if a user is logged into your site or logged out. For this, I set the Experiences on the Section.
Logged out users would see a login form.
Logged in users would see the access links to their courses.
Here is how I set that up in the Section Element’s Custom Experience Wizard for the “Logged in” custom experience. Note that the default experience would be for those who don’t meet the logged in criteria, so that would mean they would have to be logged out in order to see the login form.
Saving & Using Global Conditions
This section is a work in progress and will be released soon.
Wow! Wasn’t that awesome!! 🙂
While we showed you the basics here of how to use Custom Experiences, there are many different setups you can use for Custom Experiences.
If you need any help with finding the right setup for what you want to do, just reach out ot us in support and we’ll be more than happy to help.