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Re: How To Inject a Script in Redirected Page?
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Hi Rounak,Sorry, I can't help you with that any further. I'm not familiar with the Visual Activity composer as I build all my experiences in the form composer.Worst case scenario, you could always create a second campaign, targeted to the redirected page and make your changes there, using the visual composer. But I'm not sure if you can make those changes within the visual activity composer, after a redirect.

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Re: How To Inject a Script in Redirected Page?
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Hi Rounak,It sounds like you are using the form composer to inject your script on the initial page that you are redirecting.If that's the case, then you can simply add another location to your experience, that would target the page that you redirected your traffic to, and make changes there. See screenshot below, pointing out where you can add another location to your experience.

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Hi mikethewebguy​,In your suggested solution above, you mention that "This custom code would watch for the event and once the event happens it would reload the page and pass in a new mbox parameter into the mbox".If possible, my preference would be to be able to execute the original poster's action without needing a page refresh.Theoretically, would it be possible for the event to trigger mboxCreate & mboxUpdate functions, so that the new content gets pulled in dynamically rather than through a ...

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Hi David,My suggestion would be to cookie those visitors on first visit to the experience, and then add an IF/ELSE rule to prevent your code from firing, if the cookie is found, on their second visit.I am sure there are other more advanced solutions, but this has worked for me in the past .Good luck:CODE:/* Create Cookie */ function createCookie(name,value,days) { if (days) { var date = new Date(); date.setTime(date.getTime()+(days*24*60*60*1000)); var expires = "; expires="+date.toGMTString(); ...

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