Replace the SPOT_ID placeholder with your Spot ID. Your Spot ID is your unique OpenWeb identifier. When you log into your OpenWeb Admin Portal, you can copy your Spot ID from the URL: https://admin.spot.im/spot/SPOT_ID/...
Add the default positioning <div> element where your enabled OpenWeb products should appear on the page.
(Optional) To delay enabled products from displaying automatically, add data-spotim-autorun: "false" to the relevant HTML element. To display the product, either dynamically remove this attribute or change its value to "true".
Once the product has been displayed, resetting data-spotim-autorun to "false" will have no effect.
Customize the product location
To customize the on-page placement of specific OW products, you can add a positioning <div> element for each product you want to position differently from the default.
The following table lists the available positioning <div> elements for each OW product.
Standard: <div data-openweb-ad data-row="1" data-column="1"></div> Dynamic: When using this implementation method, you can choose one or more named <div> elements to use for monetization.
Use these attributes to customize your OW experience. These apply to all embedded OpenWeb products.
Informs OpenWeb of the main topics of the article
Multiple topics can be added by delimiting with a comma. The values of this attribute should usually align with the KEYWORDS metadata schema.
Unique article identifier that is specific to the article page
The ideal POST_ID has the following characteristics:
Aligns with the URL slug (an-article-title) or article ID (14325)
Is less than 50 characters, ideally 15 characters
Uses a combination of letters, numbers, dashes (-), or hyphens (_)
Except for the regex [^\w\s\-\:\.\$\~], does not include special characters
Full URL address of the page in which the launcher code is embedded
The post URL helps OpenWeb know the source URL of a post ID. This is especially useful when post IDs are reused across multiple pages, single page applications, and infinite scroll implementations. Each post ID should have only one post URL.
NOTE: This attribute must match the actual URL of the original page where the launcher code is embedded, even if that page has a different canonical URL. For example, a news aggregator that uses canonical URLs to mark the original source of an article, must still use the reprint’s actual URL for this attribute.
Determines if an OpenWeb product loads automatically during page load
true: (Default) Permits all enabled OpenWeb products to launch on page load
Products load on the page where the launcher code has been placed in the following order: