Configure Your Fields

Last updated 11 months ago

The mapping and configuration of your Google Sheet is setup via a JSON config file. This JSON content can be added to your Worksheet as a new sheet labeled "Config".

Our system will then pull in this configuration when processing your sheet.

Example Configuration (Basic)

{
"should_run": "Build Page",
"project_name": "Your Project Name",
"error_writer": "Errors"
"business_id": 555555,
"sites": [
{
"mapping": {
"base_directory": "Page Path",
"partner_site_id": "Landing Page ID"
},
"overrides": {
"published": true,
"formatted_domain": "landingpages.yourdomain.com",
"theme_id": 1234,
"noindex": true
},
"writers": {
"Preview URL": "preview_url",
"Published URL": "formatted_url"
}
}
]
}

Option

‚Äč

Required

should_run

Name of the field within your sheet that denotes that the row should be processed.

Yes

project_name

Name of your project

Yes

error_writer

Field to write any processing or validation errors into

No

Custom Fields

You can easily map custom fields on your sheet with your project, using the "custom_fields" filter.

This filter just contains a list of the field names on your sheet you would like to map

{
...
"sites": [
{
...
"filters": {
"custom_fields": ["Headline", "Subheadline", "Main Content"]
}
}
]
...
}

These fields get automatically processed and are also turned into macros prefixed with "custom_", lowercased, and spaces are turned into underscores.

  • "Headline" => "${custom_headline}"

  • "Subheadline" => "${custom_subheadline}"

  • "Main Content" => "${custom_main_content}"

Business Configuration

Each row within the Sheet can either publish all Landing Pages under one existing Business, or a Business can be created for each row in the sheet.

One Existing Business

{
"business_id": 555555,
...
}

Multiple Businesses

{
"businesses": [
{
"mapping": {
"business_name": "Business Name",
"partner_business_id": "Landing Page ID"
}
}
]
...
}