URL Query Params Passthrough

DEMO - URL Query Params Passthrough

NO-CODE. Designed for Webflow.

Extract querystring parameters from your URL, and apply the contents to tagged elements on your page.

  • Use querystring data in your FORM data, to collect it for submissions ( e.g. utm_ params )
  • Pass querystring data through to other links on the page, so it will get carried through
  • Use querystring data in visible fields, e.g. to personalize a page from an Email newsletter link click ( “Hey Mary!” )

Usage Notes

Configure everything using simple custom attributes.

This tool will carry any URL querystring params into your webpage, and apply them as follows;

  • On any INPUT elements with a custom attribute of wfu-query-param=X, WFU will replace the value attribute with the value of the querystring param X. This works with type=hidden INPUT elements as well, so the data can be passed through invisibly.

  • On any other elements with a custom attribute of wfu-query-param=X, WFU will replace the inner text of the element with the value of the querystring param X.

  • For all links on your page, WFU will modify the link’s href, depending on what you request.

    • wfu-query-param=*, or an absence of the wfu-query-param attribute, will merge all params from the page’s current URL into the link href.

    • wfu-query-param=foo,bar,bat, will only merge the querystring params named foo, bar, and bat from the page’s current URL into the link href.

    • wfu-query-param=- (a hypen) will suppress processing of this link, and no changes will be made.

Getting Started ( NOCODE )

STEP 1 - Add the Library

There are currently no configuration options for this library, so we’ll use a no-code integration approach.

Add this script to the </body> custom code area, either site-wide or on the specific pages you want the script to affect.

<script type="module" src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/gh/sygnaltech/webflow-util@4.11/src/nocode/webflow-url.js"></script>

STEP 2 - Apply wfu-query-param to Desired Elements

For example, use wfu-query-param=X if you want to apply the value of param X to that element.

Applied to form INPUT elements, it will display the value in side the textbox.

To create a hidden form INPUT element, create it in your FORM as an HTML Embed element, containing the HTML <input> element code, e.g.;

<input wfu-query-param="test2" type="hidden" name="test2-field">

Applied to any other elements, the inner text of the element will be replaced with the value of the param.

All <a> links on the page will automatically be affected. You do not need the custom attribute on them, unless you’re wanting to specify which params are merged in.

The processing of a specific link can be suppressed by applying the wfu-query-param custom attribute with a hyphen (-) as the value.

Note that this will be expanded on eventually with configuration options, and the ability to merge querystrings.