Multiple Campaigns in a Single Tab

Last Updated: Apr 19, 2017 03:37PM PDT
For this article, we will use Coupons as an example. ‚ÄčNormally, each coupon you set up will occupy it's own tab. If you'd like to have several coupons all within a single tab, you will simply need to install our HTML fangate app and make a few customizations. Note that this does typically require some HTML experience.

Creating the Tab

To get started, log in to your account and click HTML fangates. Then click Add HTML Fangate tab.

Set the "non-fan page source" to whatever fangate you have (an image or custom HTML).

Linking to the Coupons

Set the "page source" to "HTML". This will give you a box to type some HTML code into. If you're not familiar with HTML at all, you can also use the visual editor, but the customization options will be more limited. To get started, log in to your account and click HTML fangates. Then click Add HTML Fangate tab.

From there, you just need to link to the individual coupons. The most important piece to remember is to use target='_blank' in the links so they open in new tabs instead of replacing the current window. To get started, log in to your account and click HTML fangates. Then click Add HTML Fangate tab.

Example Code

<h1>Business Coupons</h1>
<p>Here are all of our coupons.</p><br />
<a href='http://woobox.com/u7c8pq' target='_blank'>Free Code</a><br />
<a href='http://woobox.com/tg8ggu' target='_blank'>$10 off</a><br />
<a href='http://woobox.com/d27jgj' target='_blank'>Free Sandwich</a><br />
This example code would be fairly plain but there are an infinite number of customizations you can do in the HTML. If you're not familiar with coding at all, a good resource to get started is W3 Schools. They have a wealth of free information for people new to creating HTML.