Creating one landing per product isn’t scalable if you have a large catalogue, so we developed the ability to create one landing page that is dynamic and can be used for any number of your products (e.g. a range of products in a product group).
To enable this we have created ‘short codes’.. for example, [PRODUCT_NAME] is the short code (dynamic field) for the product name. When creating a landing page, if you use short codes where you want to display product attribute data, they will dynamically display the data related to the product that was scanned, which means you can have one landing page for multiple products.
To see all the current short codes (dynamic fields), go to the landing page builder tool (either a landing page template or a new landing page), select the ‘hamburger’ menu dropdown (three horizontal lines) at the top right of the page underneath the settings cog, and open up the dropdown menu for Dynamic Fields. All these dynamic fields pull through the data stored on the platform for any given product.
The only two exceptions are for product image [PRODUCT_IMG] and [MORE_INFO], which you can set how you want. To set them, go to the Catalogue page and click on the Bulk upload/edit button. You are now in the bulk edit tool, and you will see on the far right side of the grid the two columns titled [MORE_INFO] and [PRODUCT_IMG]. For the [MORE_INFO] column you can free text whatever you wish here (or add a hyperlink), and when you add this short code to the landing page it will dynamically pull the information through based on the product scanned. For the [PRODUCT_IMG] column you can add an image file or link that you are hosting for each product. Click on save changes and then head over to your landing page. Click on the "+" button to add an image section. Select the Image source as URL, then in the Image source URL box enter the short code [PRODUCT_IMG].