When we implemented our action program at Climate for Change, we needed to create a system to support it on our website that was relatively easy to administrate and grow, and that allowed us insight into user behaviour.
Essentially what was needed was a bunch of signup pages, one per action that the user could take, but they would need some custom details to support all the dynamic generation of content and tagging of users.
NationBuilder doesn’t support custom fields for pages, but Angular, Tabletop and Google Sheets allowed me to quickly roll my own. Continue reading “Using AngularJS, Tabletop and Google Sheets to extend signup pages and user tracking on NationBuilder”
If you examine the code for a signup page, NationBuilder just uses a hidden input element to add tags to a user when they submit the signup page.
We can use this to dynamically add tags to a signup page by inserting or altering the tag. Continue reading “Dynamic tags on a NationBuilder Signup Page”
NationBuilder’s features out of the box are pretty versatile, but when I built the take action section of Climate for Change’s website, I wanted some more flexibility on the way Signup pages worked.
Why would you want a dynamic destination for your signup page?
In our case, there were two reasons – first, we wanted to guide our supporters through several activities they could do, and we wanted to know both when they started and when they finished. Continue reading “Dynamic destinations for NationBuilder Signup Pages”
While with Climate for Change, I wanted to create some dynamic pages on our NationBuilder website.
Below are the specific changes to convention and configuration that I used to get Angular going on our site. Continue reading “Using AngularJS with NationBuilder”