Learn how to create page variants to target specific content to users.*
This article covers adding and configuring page variants.
Take a look at a use case where an additional page variant needs to exist for another language, with no difference in content. Here you would simply duplicate the original page variant, and tweak the language settings on the newly created page variant.
How do page variants work?
When your users visit a page within the app, AXIS reads variants from right-to-left, checking which variants match the users' device and their settings. The app then knows to display the appropriate page variant, meaning you're entirely in control of what your users see.
How do I add a new page variant?
Select thebutton next to the variant tabs on your page. This creates a new page variant to the right.
Note: Depending on the page type selected, the page header row may be inserted automatically.
Warning: Variants must contain at least one row to save successfully. If you add a new variant and fail to specify details, you'll get an error when you try to save.
How do I configure page variants?
Newly created or existing page variants are easily configurable in line with your use case.
Below is an example of a single page with two page variants.
Select a page variant to display the options that you can configure or, to create a new variant, click the button. Follow the link to learn more about page variants.
Note: When specifying options, the top-level category automatically selects all subcategory options. Expand the top level to display subcategories.
Any Device is selected by default, which means the page variant displays on any device used.
To determine which devices can access your page, select from the list below. Expand to view further category options by clicking the arrow.
Any User is selected by default, meaning any type of user from the list below has access to the page variant.
To determine which users can access your page variant, select from the list below. Expand to view further category options by clicking the arrow.
Any Language is selected by default, meaning your page is not set to one specific language—your page displays for all available language types listed below.
To specify a language for your page, make a selection from the list below. Note that only one language selection can exist per page variant.
Target your pages at specific groups based on age, activity, behavioral analytics, etc. Depending on how you've grouped your users, you can easily direct content to them. Read our article to learn more about segmentation tags.
Date period (scheduling)
Date periods are often referred to as scheduling, meaning you can specify a date and time in which your content is available to your end-users. For further information on variant scheduling, click here.