Use wildcards to show or hide the form Widget on all pages of a subcategory of your website. Wildcards match groups of similar URLs. For example, only show the Drip widget on the "/blog" subdirectory of your site.
Here's an example of a URL containing a subcategory: https://drip.com/blog.
The “blog” subcategory contains a number of blog posts. To show a form Widget on every single blog post contained in that subcategory, apply a wildcard to the URL.
Here's an example of a wildcard for the “/blog” subdirectory: /blog/**
There are two kinds of wildcards:
- Single asterisk(*)
- Double asterisk(**)
Single Asterisk Wildcards
The single asterisk matches an individual URL segment. For example, "/blog/*" matches "/blog/basic but does not match /blog/basic/123".
Double Asterisk Wildcards
The double asterisk(**) wildcard matches one or more URL segments. For example, "/blog/**" matches "/blog/123 and /blog/category/marketing/1234".
Mix Wildcards Together
Here are a few examples of how to mix wildcards together:
Use the single asterisk(*) wildcard in the query string. For example, /blog/**?s=* matches any page under the blog subdirectory with the query string parameter set to anything.
Add a Wildcard to a Form
- Go to Forms
- Select a Form from the list or create a new one
- Go to Behavior > Visibility
- Check Hide on specific pages or Only show on specific pages
- Enter the URL and wildcard
- Click Save Settings
The Form will be hidden or only show on that subdirectory of your site.