Now, Let’s see how to set up the Result page. Let’s start off by dragging in the Heading widget. Then, in the Content tab, under Title, click on DYNAMIC and under Site choose the Request Parameter.
Click on the request parameter field and in the settings dropdown, make sure the Type is set to GET… it should so by default. The GET field allows us to receive data from the URL. in our case, the data will arrive from the filled-in form connected to the link in the email.
Go ahead and fill in the parameter name. In This case, I’ve used ‘fname’. We also added some fallback text in the Advanced Dropdown. Just make sure that the parameter name is written altogether, without any spaces in between and use Latin characters. You can also use the dash and underline symbols.
Now that we’ve added names to all of the parameters, we can go back to the email section in the form on the main page and define the fields’ parameter names as well, this way we connect them up with the dynamic fields on the result page. We also need to transfer the data via the link sent in the email to your friend.
Sounds a bit complicated, so let’s go over this link and see how it works:
First, in the link tag we see the url of the result page. The question mark separates the domain from the query string, which contains all of the different parameters we defined before.
Now, let’s look at it a bit closer. Fname is equal to its corresponding field ID in the result page. In our case it is equal to ID name1.
Let’s see another example, Message is equal to its corresponding field ID in the result page. In our case it is equal to ID message1.
As you can see, this way we link the parameters from the result page, to the fields from the main page, where each parameter has its corresponding field.