You can also set up your events using the event picker or by copying your element's CSS selector. CSS selectors can target specific elements in your project. This can be useful if you have multiple language versions of your website, or if you have buttons with no text. You can just select the CSS of the button itself to trigger your event.
To create events using the event picker:
- Go to Events in the Smartlook app.
- Click Choose event on website.
- In Page URL on the Event picker panel, enter the URL of the page you want the event.
- Click Go to page.
- On your website, you see the event picker. To enable the picker, click Picker off or Pick element.
- Choose the element. As you move your cursor around the page, elements are highlighted in red.
- Enter a name for your event and click Save. You can adjust the precision of the element with the slider.
Your event is now available on your Events page.
To find the CSS selector using Google Chrome:
- Hover your cursor over the element you want and right-click it.
- Select Inspect. Chrome DevTools opens with the element highlighted.
- Right-click the highlighted element, click Copy, and then Copy selector.
- In your Smartlook on the Events page, click + New event.
- Select Clicked-on CSS selector.
- Choose the operator and enter your CSS selector. You can add multiple CSS selectors. For more information on how to enter your CSS selector, see Enter CSS selector id or class.
- Click Continue.
- Enter an Event name.
- (Optional) Add additional definitions, or enable Monitor anomalies.
- When finished creating your event, click Save and apply.
When selecting an element, you can choose either the
id or the
In the example above you see the
class. When entering the CSS selector in Smartlook:
- before a
|From example above
|What to paste in Smartlook
ids of elements are generally unique, it is ideal to enter the
idof the element in your event.
classcan be recurring in your project. This could mean that your event is triggered on other elements that you do not want to track.
Updated 11 months ago