Publishing Rules Section – FirePlugins

Publishing Rules Section

The Publishing Rules section allows you to define where your popup should appear across your site. Below we list all available settings with a helpful description.

Below you can find each setting per Publishing Rules section.

Page / URL

Target visitors who are browsing specific menu items or URLs

Menu Item

Target visitors who are browsing specific menu items

SettingDescriptionNotes
SelectionSelect menu items.
Also on child itemsAlso assign to child items of the selected items?No, Yes, Only

URL

Target visitors who are browsing specific URLs

SettingDescription
URL MatchesEnter (part of) the URLs to match.
Use a new line for each different match.
Use Regular ExpressionSelect to treat the value as regular expressions.

Datetime

Trigger a popup based on your server’s date and time

Datetime

Target visitors based on your server’s datetime

SettingDescription
Start DatetimeEnter the date to start publishing
End DatetimeEnter the date to end publishing

Time Range

Target visitors based on your server’s time

SettingDescription
Start TimeEnter the time to start publishing
End TimeEnter the time to end publishing

User / Visitor

Target registered users or visitors who have viewed a certain number of pages

User Role

SettingDescription
SelectionSelect the User Roles to assign to.

User ID

Target specific WordPress user roles

SettingDescription
SelectionEnter comma separated WordPress user IDs

Number of Pageviews

Target specific WordPress Users by their IDs

SettingDescriptionNotes
MatchThe used matching method to compare the valueExactly, Fewer, Greater
PageviewsEnter the number of page views

Viewed Another Popup

Target visitors who have viewed another popup

SettingDescription
SelectionSelect Popups

Time on Site

Target visitors who have spent a specific amount of time on your site.

SettingDescription
SelectionEnter a duration in seconds to compare with the user’s total time (Visit duration) spent on your entire site.
Example:
If you want to display a popup after the user has spent 3 minutes on your entire site, enter 180.

WordPress Content

Target specific posts, pages, categories, etc…

Post

Target specific posts

SettingDescription
SelectionSelect posts to display the popup.

Page

Target specific pages

SettingDescription
SelectionSelect pages to display the popup.

Custom Post Type

Target specific custom post types

SettingDescription
SelectionSelect custom post types to display the popup.

Post Tag

Target specific post tags

SettingDescription
SelectionSelect post tags to display the popup.

Post Category

Target specific post categories

SettingDescription
SelectionSelect post categories to display the popup.

Visitor Platform

Target visitors who are using Mobile, Google Chrome, or even Windows

Device

Target visitors using specific device such as Mobile, Tablet or Desktop.

SettingDescriptionNotes
SelectionSelect the device to show the popup.Keep in mind that device detection is not always 100% accurate. Users can setup their browser to mimic other devices.

Browser

Target visitors who are browsing your site with specific browsers such as Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer

SettingDescription
SelectionSelect the browsers to assign to

Operating System

Target visitors who are using specific operating systems such as Windows, Linux or Mac

SettingDescription
SelectionSelect the operating systems to assign to

Geolocating

Target visitors who are physically in a specific region

Country

Target visitors who are physically in a specific country

SettingDescription
SelectionSelect the countries to assign to

Continent

Target visitors who are physically in a specific continent

SettingDescription
SelectionSelect the continents to assign to

IP Address

Target visitors who are behind a specific IP address (range)

SettingDescription
SelectionEnter a list of comma and/or ‘enter’ separated IP addresses and ranges. Example:
127.0.0.1,
192.10-120.2,
168

System / Integrations

Target visitors who have interacted with specific 3rd party WordPress Plugins

WPML Language

Target visitors who are browsing your website in a specific language

SettingDescription
SelectionStart searching for languages

Advanced

Target visitors by writing your own PHP code, targeting cookies or referrals.

Referrer URL

Keep in mind that URL Referrer discovery is not always 100% accurate. Some servers may use proxies that strip this information out and it can be easily forged.

SettingDescription
Popular referrersSelect a referrer from a pre-defined list of popular referrers
SelectionEnter one Referrer URL per line. Example:
google.com
facebook.com/mypage

Cookie

Target visitors who have specific cookies stored in their browser

SettingDescriptionNotes
Cookie NameEnter the name of the cookie to assign to
MatchThe used matching method to compare the valueExists, Equals, Contains, Starts With, Ends With

PHP

Target visitors evaluating custom PHP code.

SettingDescription
PHP CodeEnter a piece of PHP code to evaluate. The code must return the value true or false. Example:
$current_user = wp_get_current_user();
return ($current_user->display_name == ‘John_Doe’);

A collection of ready-to-use PHP assignment scripts is available. View collection
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