Domain periods or FP Domain periods

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cathyw49544988

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cathyw49544988

25-10-2017

We will need to get the site section info from URL, previously we only have us site, then url like  http://xxxxxx.com/section1/product1, we can find the xxxxxx.com/, the word after that will be our site section. Then when we add the international sites, then our URL start to have something like:http://xxxxxx.com.uk/section1/product1.

I heard that Domain periods can help to solve this issue? Anyone knows how to use domain periods? Could I use it in data element?

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Kaushalendra

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Kaushalendra
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26-10-2017

Hi cathyw49544988​,

Site Section will be independent of the Page Domain and it can be easily retrieved using the object location.pathname on page.

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26-10-2017

OK. then I will switch to get it from location.pathname.

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25-10-2017

We are still in the process of adding the international sites. So I don't have the URLs for you. General speaking, how do people handle the .uk .fr etc in the URL and get the site section info?

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Kaushalendra

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Kaushalendra
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25-10-2017

Hi cathyw49544988​,

The cookieDomainPeriods configuration is used to determine the domain on which the Analytics cookies will be set.

What is the current approach/script using which the path is being retrieved on the US site? I believe a small update in the current method should resolve this.

If you can mention the current approach here and DM me the actual URLs I can have a look and try to suggest a solution