02 - URL Variables Editor

This tutorial shows how to use the URL Variables Editor to easily add, edit or remove link parameters

ClickerVolt Team
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URLs, and especially the ones from affiliate links, often have query parameters. 

Here is an example of a URL with query parameters:


The URL above is composed of:

  1. The scheme (https)
  2. The domain name (example.com)
  3. The document path (page1)
  4. The query parameters (parameter1=value1 and parameter2=value2)

The query parameters always start after an exclamation mark: "?"

Query parameters are then separated by an ampersand character: "&" 

It is not always straightforward to add or edit query parameters to an existing URL. This is why ClickerVolt integrates a simple editor to make our lives simpler.

Watch the video below to see how it works:

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