Referencing pages that are not global

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    Doug McDaniel

    Hey Michael Hardenbrook -

    You'll want to use Pendo's Page Tagger to set up a tag that looks like this: 

    //*/edit/**

    The first * is a wildcard to ignore the website.com portion of your URL. 

    The /edit/ defines that as a part of your page that is necessary to be present. 

    The ** at the end tells Pendo to ignore everything after this point (aka the WhateverSubdomainTheUserChose portion of the URL)

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    Howard Lio

    Michael Hardenbrook You can also check out this article for more on understanding URLs for page tagging in your guide steps: https://support.pendo.io/hc/en-us/articles/360032293371-Understanding-URLs-for-page-tagging

    Thanks Doug for the assist!

     

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    Michael Hardenbrook

    I'm still doing something wrong here. Tried tagging a page with the wildcards. I still have to target elements right? It's how I did the rest of the guide that is working correctly.

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    Doug McDaniel

    Guide do not have to reference an element. 

    In the location (last screenshot you attached) - if you change the target to 

    .builder-box--add

    and remove the nth-child you should have more luck

     

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