Last Updated 7/17/18.

If your website is built and hosted by Wix, you will want to include this 'sprinkle' in your Feathr Super Pixel to be able to capture the names of the unique URLs your prospects are visiting.  Wix is built on HTML, and doesn't typically support JavaScript, so you need this extra sprinkle to capture your visitor data.


loc_url: document.referrer 

Super Pixel:
!function(f,e,a,t,h,r){if(!f[h]){r=f[h]=function(){r.invoke?r.invoke.apply(r,arguments):r.queue.push(arguments)},r.queue=[],r.loaded=1*new Date,r.version="1.0.0",f.FeathrBoomerang=r;var g=e.createElement(a),h=e.getElementsByTagName("head")[0]||e.getElementsByTagName("script")[0].parentNode;g.async=!0,g.src=t,h.appendChild(g)}}(window,document,"script","","feathr")

feathr("fly", "FEATHR_ACCOUNT_ID");
feathr("sprinkle", "page_view", {
loc_url: document.referrer

How to Implement:

  1. Copy the above Super Pixel template.
  2. Replace FEATHR_ACCOUNT_ID with your Feathr account ID found in the app in your Super Pixel section. 

3. Login to your Wix account to begin editing it.
4. Scroll down to the bottom of the edit bar on the left side panel.
5. Click 'More' and then select 'HTML Code'.

6. Copy/paste your updated Super Pixel code, including your own Account ID, into the HTML Settings code editor.

7. Click 'Save and Publish'.

Now you can Filter and Build Segments using the unique URLs of your site!

Common Questions

Why does Wix need a Custom Sprinkle?
Wix records and communicates unique page URLs in a way that does not match with the default way Feathr captures that information. By using the above Custom Sprinkle you're able overwrite which information is sent to Feathr and filter based on URL to track the activity and browsing behavior of the users you need to Target.

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