Hi all, has anyone tried to show/hide a div based on the visitor’s location?
For example, to show div A if the person is in country A, and show div B if the person is in any other country?
I found a few code samples online but as always, it’s best to ask the WF community and see if anyone is familiar with something that worksin WF.
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You can go to https://webflow.com/website/Geolocation-Setup-for-Webflow?s=geojs to see how you can pull user location info, but to change the behavior of a DIV container you need to use JS.
See this for reference:
Let me know if you need any help!
Thank you @Carlos_Ruiz_Del_Vizo ! This looks very helpful.
Do you , or anyone looing in, think this is possible using webflow?
@webdev @PixelGeek , you guys are often in the know.
I’m not very familiar with coding JS, but I found an example on hiding a div based on location here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/30173809/how-to-show-or-hide-element-based-on-geo-ip
@Yaco, this requires a little bit of more work from a person who knows JS. You can send the project and let me see what you are trying to do for a more accurate response.
Hi @Yaco –– I’m investigating the same thing. Curious, did you find a good solution or were you able to integrate JS to do this? Would be curious to hear about your experience.
I keep gettin CORS errors when I try to call external geolocation apis. Anyone figure out any work arounds? I have tried 3 different GEO IP apis and they all are blocked by CORS