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Capturing HTML Attribute with Adobe Launch

eham06
Level 4
Level 4

I am looking to capture an HTML attribute upon a click.

The link is "More Details".

I want to capture the value in cst-text.

How would I configure Adobe Launch to capture the value in cst-text from my example below?

I configure Adobe Launch to use this.cst-text which isn't working for me.

Any recommendations are appreciated.

cst-text-example.png

1 Accepted Solution
kumararajak
Correct answer by
Level 6
Level 6

Hi Eham,

Try this

Method 01

Goto Launch => Property name => Extension => Configure tracking code with custom code and paste the below code

1798804_pastedImage_0.png

var x = document.getElementsByTagName(button).getAttribute(csk-text);

evar1 = var x

Use the 1 as per the evar number availablity

Method 02

Goto Launch => Property name => Data element

1798802_pastedImage_18.png

Post this code in open editor: var x = document.getElementsByTagName(button).getAttribute(csk-text);

then Add Rule

Goto Launch => Property name => Rule

1798803_pastedImage_19.png

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Kumararaja K

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6 Replies
kumararajak
Correct answer by
Level 6
Level 6

Hi Eham,

Try this

Method 01

Goto Launch => Property name => Extension => Configure tracking code with custom code and paste the below code

1798804_pastedImage_0.png

var x = document.getElementsByTagName(button).getAttribute(csk-text);

evar1 = var x

Use the 1 as per the evar number availablity

Method 02

Goto Launch => Property name => Data element

1798802_pastedImage_18.png

Post this code in open editor: var x = document.getElementsByTagName(button).getAttribute(csk-text);

then Add Rule

Goto Launch => Property name => Rule

1798803_pastedImage_19.png

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Kumararaja K

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jantzen_belliston-Adobe
Community Manager
Community Manager

Does the reply above answer your question? If so, please mark it as the correct answer.

jantzen_belliston-Adobe
Community Manager
Community Manager

You should see a "Correct Answer" button on each of the replies. Click that button on the reply that answers your question.

As a side note, I noticed you might have two accounts and this question was asked from a @gmail.com account rather than the account you are now responding from. This might be why you are unable to see the correct answer button. I'll go ahead and mark this one correct for you since there is only one real answer.