Page Variables Targeting
This option allows to manage ads displaying basing on GET-parameters of page URL. It allows to set rules not for the whole URL but for certain request string parameters.
The rules are:
· Not equal
· Doesn't contain
· Regular expression *
· Not a regular expression *
· More than
· Less than
For example, you may want to display advertisements only if visitor purchase amount is higher that $100, and you know that this purchase value is displayed by value of "amount" GET-parameter.
You can add More than rule for "amount" variable name and set value to "100".
A users that will get to page like "http://www.site.com/order.php?amount=150" will see advertisements; a user that gets to a page "http://www.site.com/order.php?amount=49" won't see any ads.
* - Warning. Use Regular expression and Not a regular expression rule carefully. You should have at least basic regular expressions knowledge to set this targeting correctly.
For example, if you set "+" as Not a regular expression rule your advertisement will be blocked for all sites.