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With If-So, you can easily insert a trigger above your site’s header on all pages directly from your WordPress dashboard. Additionally, you have the flexibility to exclude specific pages where the trigger should not be included.
For more detailed instructions, you can refer to our documentation on loading a trigger on all pages.
Absolutely! With If-So, you have the ability to dynamically load CSS (conditional CSS) and make changes to your website’s design based on specific conditions. Learn More.
With If-So, you can easily set the time and use a shortcode to showcase the event time in the user’s own timezone.
This feature eliminates any confusion and saves users the hassle of performing time conversions.
Whether it’s displaying event schedules, business opening hours, or support availability, your users will appreciate the convenience.
Yes 🙂 Learn more.
Yes, with If-So you can create evergreen (looped) countdowns that automatically restart once they reach the end. This allows you to continuously display countdowns and maintain a sense of urgency on your website. Learn more.
If-So’s countdowns are designed to create a sense of urgency and encourage users to take action. What sets If-So’s countdowns apart is their conditional capabilities:
Upsells and cross-sells are effective strategies to boost revenue and increase the average order value.
If you are using WooCommerce, If-So enables you to display customized special offers based on the products in the user’s cart or their previous purchase history, either before or after the checkout process. Learn more.
If-So allows you to display testimonials that are specific to the user’s language or location. Learn more.
Yes, you can display the visitor’s country flag easily using a simple shortcode. Learn more.
If-So provides two options for tailoring landing page content based on the user’s Ads campaign, ad group, ad, or keyword:
If-So offers seamless integration with a variety of membership plugins, empowering you to present distinct content tailored to each user’s membership level or subscription tier.
This feature enables personalized and targeted content based on their membership status.
Learn more about our supported membership plugin integrations:
If you are using WooCommerce or Easy Digital Downloads, you can leverage If-So to display dynamic content based on the user’s previously purchased products.
To learn more:
Yes, you can use the Cookie/Session condition to target specific cookies or sessions and show dynamic content accordingly. Learn more >
If-So offers the capability to display dynamic content based on the user’s search term in Google Ads (or other advertising platforms like Bing, Facebook, etc.). Learn more.
Note that this feature is currently not available for organic search. If it becomes technically feasible in the future, we will be sure to add it.
Yes, check out the Start & End Date condition.
Yes, you can use the UTM Parameters condition to display dynamic content based on specific UTM parameters included in the URL. This allows you to target and personalize content based on campaign sources, mediums, terms, content, and more.
Yes, If-So offers the Logged-in Users condition that allows you to show specific content exclusively to users who are logged into your website.
Yes, If-So provides the Post Category condition that allows you to target specific content based on the category of the page or post.
Absolutely. If-So offers multiple options for targeting content based on user behavior:
While If-So is not specifically designed for A/B testing, many users find it to be a valuable tool for conducting simple A/B tests. Its simplicity and built-in analytics make it easy to experiment with different variations of content and analyze their performance. Learn more.
Yes, you can use the Browser Type condition to target specific browsers for showing dynamic content.
Absolutely! If-So allows you to precisely target content based on specific WordPress user roles.
This feature works seamlessly with both native WordPress roles, such as administrator, author, editor, subscriber, and others, as well as custom roles created by third-party plugins or custom code. Learn more.
Yes. If-So allows you to target content based on the user’s referral source or referral URL. Learn more >
Yes, If-So allows you to target content based on a user’s operating system. Learn more >
Certainly! With If-So, you can display different content for users based on whether it’s their first visit to your site or if they have visited before. Learn more >
With If-So, you have multiple methods to achieve location-based content customization:
Certainly, If-So enables you to display dynamic content based on the user’s device type: desktop, tablet, or mobile. More about the Device Type condition >
Yes, you can utilize the Browser Language condition in If-So to target content based on the user’s browser language preference. Learn more >
Absolutely! You can implement a manual user location selection form (location override) that empowers users to choose a different location than the one automatically detected by our IP-to-location service.
Dynamic content will be displayed based on the user’s selection. For additional information, please refer to our detailed guide.
Yes, you can.
By default, the page/post title field doesn’t accept shortcodes. If you want to use If-So on your page title field simply go to the If-So > Settings on your WordPress dashboard and check the “Allow shortcodes in titles and menus” option.
Yes, you can! Here is a step-by-step guide on how to create dynamic menu items.
Yes, technically, you can. Though one of the biggest advantages of If-So is that you don’t have to duplicate pages. Instead, you can split-test only a specific piece of content on the same page.
Yes. You can create a conditional redirect to redirect all the visitors from a specific certain to a different page.
Yes, you can achieve this in different scenarios:
Absolutely! Any If-So trigger can be displayed as a pop-up (overlay). The pop-up will only appear if the condition is met. Learn more about it.
Yes, you can set up conditional redirects based on any If-So condition. For a step-by-step guide, click here.
While If-So was not specifically designed as an A/B testing solution, the plugin and its built-in analytics can be a valuable option if you are seeking to create simple and fast split tests.
However, it’s important to note that If-So is not a dedicated A/B testing plugin and that the built-in analysis system primarily tracks conversions based on page visits (e.g., counting conversions when a user visits page X). If you require more advanced and complex split test scenarios, it might be beneficial to explore dedicated A/B testing plugins to see what they have to offer.
To import a trigger: On your WordPress dashboard, go to If-So -> All Triggers, click “Import trigger” (the button is right below the page title), and upload your trigger’s JSON file.
To export a trigger: On your WordPress dashboard, go to If-So -> All Triggers, hover over the trigger you want to export, and click “Export”.
If-So uses a TinyMCE editor with both visual and text (HTML) modes so that you can basically set up any content.
If you are using a page builder and are looking for a more convenient way to design your content, the styling options that are available for you are:
Gutenberg Users – You can assign conditions directly to a block (or group of blocks) instead of creating dynamic triggers. See how.
Elementor Users – Save any widget or section as a template and apply it inside an If-So trigger using a shortcode. See how.
Other page builders – Design your dynamic content in a new page and use the shortcode inside your If-So trigger to display the page content as your dynamic version. See how.
While the plugin interface does not provide a built-in option to display a dynamic version based on multiple and/or conditions, you can still achieve the desired outcome.
OR Logic: Create an If-So trigger with multiple versions. If-So will first evaluate the condition of the first content version and display it if the condition is met. If not, it will proceed to check the condition of the next content version. You can create as many versions as you need. This setup essentially functions as an “or” operator in logic.
AND Logic: Create two separate triggers and insert the shortcode of one trigger as the dynamic content of the other. If-So will first check the conditions of the initial trigger, and if the relevant condition is met, it will proceed to evaluate the conditions of the second trigger.
Yes, you can.
Regardless of which page builder you are using, you can design your dynamic content on a separate page using your builder, and apply the page content into If-So using a shortcode.
To find the post ID, you can open the post using the WordPress editor and check its URL. The post ID is placed between “post =” and “&”.
Add the parameter type=”elementor” to ensure adequate loading of all elements. For example:
Add the parameter type=”divi“ to ensure adequate loading of all modules. For example:
Add the parameter type=”WPB” to ensure adequate loading of all elements. For example: