Mbox rule example for Dynamic Tag Management

An example of how to place wrapping mboxes with built-in flicker handling via dynamic tag management when an Adobe Target tool is installed.

This functionality currently uses the mboxUpdate method.

  1. Click Property > Rules > Page Load Rules > Create New Rule.
  2. Name and configure the rule.

    Configure the rule so that it fires only on the pages where you want to deploy the mbox.

    Note: Adobe recommends load rules triggering mboxes at Top of Page to ensure the default content is hidden until the mbox response has been received.

    See Rule Conditions and Functions for information about available rule criteria.

  3. Expand Adobe Target.

    Specify the element to wrap with the mbox using a CSS selector, name the mbox, then configure the timeout if needed. (It is generally recommended to leave this at the default 1500 ms).

  4. Configure the parameters you want to add to the Target mbox or to the global Target mbox.

    In this example, this rule deploys an mbox named Hero that wraps a div element with an id of hero and includes an mbox parameter named Page Name with a value of homepage. It also includes a parameter named Path with a value of home that it passes to the global mbox.

    Note: You can also use data elements in the parameter UI fields to dynamically populate the value. See Data Elements for more information on data elements.