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SOLVED

Page properties through java script in source code

varuns46785756
Level 5
Level 5

Hi,

For tracking purpose on different page , I need to display page properties( page title, tags, publication date) in source code of the page through javascript function.

My Client wants to add one javascript function on parent page and add variables for all three page propertie.By USE api I can handle this but how can i display the page properties by javascript in source code .

Something like this:

<script>

function tackingData() {

title: "Abc home page",

tags: "abcpagetag",

publisheddate: "2018-04-30T14:02:56.421Z"

}

</script>

Please suggest.

Regards,

1 Accepted Solution
shivamurthym775
Correct answer by
Level 2
Level 2

You can use the properties object directly in the script

<script>

function tackingData() {

title: "${properties.propertyname}",

tags: "${properties.propertyname}",

publisheddate: "${properties.propertyname}"

}

</script>

and put this in any html and make a data-sly-include of that html in head.html of page component.

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4 Replies
shivamurthym775
Correct answer by
Level 2
Level 2

You can use the properties object directly in the script

<script>

function tackingData() {

title: "${properties.propertyname}",

tags: "${properties.propertyname}",

publisheddate: "${properties.propertyname}"

}

</script>

and put this in any html and make a data-sly-include of that html in head.html of page component.

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Arun_Patidar
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Hi,

No need to write Use API,

you can put below snippet in your page component,

<script>

function trackingData() {

   var jsonData = { "title": "${pageProperties.jcr:title @ context='scriptToken'}",

                     "tags": "${pageProperties.cq:tags @ context='unsafe'}",

                     "publisheddate": "${'MM/dd/yyyy HH:mma' @ format=pageProperties.cq:lastReplicated,  context='unsafe'}"

                    }

      return jsonData;

}

</script>

Thanks

Arun

smacdonald2008
Level 10
Level 10

Great Answer. That is the correct answer - you can access any component prop using HTL syntax as shown above.

varuns46785756
Level 5
Level 5

thank you so much , its working fine.

Regards,