Page can represents an whole website, part of the website or individual webpage. Page determines if the Beemray Web SDK is distributed to the webpage which is requesting for it. If the webpage that requests the Beemray Web SDK isn't registered as a page on Beemray systems, the webpage which requested the SDK will not receive it. Webpages can be registered individually or multiple webpages can be registered within a same page entry by using regular expression.
Below are some basic examples of page usage:
Customer wants to take the Beemray Web SDK in use on the whole website. This can be achieved by using regular expression. Creating just one page which ends to * will cover the whole website.
Customer wants to use Beemray Web SDK in single page, which is "checkout" webpage. This can be achieved with full URL of the individual webpage as the page url.
Customer wants to take the Beemray Web SDK in use on every other webpage of the website except the "pricing" webpage. This can be achieved by using excluding
regular expression as the page url.
Basic info about regular expression usage: here
Validate your regular expression syntax: here