Agent Stacks

Control content visibility, from the server...

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The below examples are of the Agent stack that allows you to display or hide content based on the devices that your visitors are using.

The demos below also use the free Placeholder Image stack.

Display Product Info

The Agent URL stack allows you to customize the content on a page by passing arguments through the URL. The below example displays Product A by default. If you click on the link above for Product B, you will notice that the information below has changed to display that product's information. It as done this by adding "?product=b" to the end of the URL.

Since all of this is controlled at the server level, only the content pertinent to the requested product is displayed. Many other implementations out there simple hide the content from the view. By simply hiding the data, its still downloaded by the browser. This is why Agent's processing of data on the server is so powerful.

Product A

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, sapien platea morbi dolor lacus nunc, nunc ullamcorper. Felis aliquet egestas vitae, nibh ante quis quis dolor sed mauris. Erat lectus sem ut lobortis, adipiscing ligula eleifend, sodales fringilla mattis dui nullam. Ac massa aliquet.

Customize Location Info

This example is exactly like the product demo above. It simply extends that concept to locations. Maybe you would like to display content about a particular location on a webpage. You can now do that easily with Agent.

San Francsico

123 Main St.
San Francisco, CA 94022

Website Localization

Creating multi-language websites has always been a burden. Agent makes this much easier by allowing you to customize just the content that you need for multiple languages. You can quickly click on the below links for easily switch the below content between multiple languages.

This example uses URL arguments, just like the example above. However, Agent URL also supports parsing of subdomains. Let's say for example we had and Agent could detect the language defined in the subdomain and display the pertinent language content this way.

For information on how to persist language preference across your entire site, check out the Agent Persist page.
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