Web channel configuration

 

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Once you start sending information to Connectif, whether that’s via HTML tags, JavaScript events or the API, you’ll need to check the status of the communications settings between the website and Connectif to ensure that everything is working correctly.

This article explains how to check the website integration settings in Connectif.

  

Implementation time: 10 minutes.
Difficulty: Easy.
¿Cuándo utilizarlo? Tras completar tu integración a medida.

  

This article is part of the guide to creating a custom integration.
Review it to complete the installation of Connectif in your ecommerce site.

 

STEP 1. Domain authorization

  

Connectif can be installed in multiple web domains at the same time, sharing the same account. This section allows you to configure the domains that the platform will consider as valid sources of information.

  1. Go to "Integrations > Web" and click  Edit.

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  1. Go to "Advanced Settings > Authorized Domains" y and add the domains one by one that will be able to send information to Connectif.
 

It is imperative that Connectif JavaScript is present in all domains you add in this section.

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Establishing the authorized domains allows you to verify the data received and to rule out any requests from unrecognized sources. This validation mechanism guarantees the integrity of the information on the platform against possible malicious attacks.  

 

STEP 2. Check the script settings according to the integration type

  1. Go to "Integrations > Web > Advanced Settings > Script Settings".
 

Do not close this window until the configuration is complete. This section determines how the Connectif script will behave.

2.1. Labels rendered on the server

(This section identifies the options to be set if the implementation is via HTML tags rendered on the server).

  1. Select the options Auto-initialize client script and Auto-send events on client script startup.
  2. Click   Update to save the changes.

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2.2. Client-rendered labels

(This section identifies the options to be set if the implementation is via HTML tags rendered in the client).

  1. Check the options Auto-initialize client script and Auto-send events on client script startup.
  2. Click   Update to save the changes.

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2.3. JavaScript Events

(This section identifies the options to be set if the implementation is via JavaScript events, which in this case will depend on the details of the implementation).

  1. Uncheck the Auto-initialize client script option to control when the Connectif script initializes. This setting may be necessary when your page needs to load an asynchronous section before initializing the Connectif script.
  2. Disable the Auto-send events on client script startup option, unless your integration has a mixed approach whereby some HTML tags are also used.
  3. Click   Update to save the changes.

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2.4. API

(This section identifies the options to be set if the implementation is via API).

 

If your integration is via API, you will have had to decide how to complement it, as it is not possible to integrate all events exclusively through the Connectif API.

  1. Go to point 2.1 if your integration is via HTML tags rendered on the server.
  2. Go to point 2.2 if your integration is via HTML tags rendered on the client.
  3. Go to point 2.3 if your integration is via JavaScript notifications.

 

STEP 3. Review of how data is shared between domains

  

In the section Share contact data across multiple domains you can choose to track the fingerprint of anonymous contacts across all domains that are managed by the same Connectif account.

 

This option is not required for accounts with only one authorized domain. Enabling it implies an additional load that could reduce performance, so we recommend only doing so when necessary.

  1. Go to "Integrations > Web > Advanced Settings > Cross Domain Data Sharing".
  2. Select the Share data between domains check box.
  3. Click   Update to save the changes.

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An anonymous user is assigned a different value in the trackerId field for each domain, unless they log in to each of them. In that case, Connectif would unify the anonymous profiles of each domain into a single known profile.
Enabling this option ensures that an anonymous contact has a unique shared identifier, regardless of the domain they browse, provided that Connectif is installed and managed by the same account.

 

 

Success!
You’ve now verified the configuration of your Connectif Web Integration.

  

Once you have the Web Integrationconfigured, the next step is to review your Ecommerce Integration settings.

 


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