The Modify Attribute action adds, removes, or changes the value of an attribute on one or more specific elements.
Relative Element Selector
Enter the element selector into Relative Element Selector. This selector determines which element's attribute the action adds, removes, or edits. For additional information on element selectors, refer to Element Selectors.
Specify the attribute that you want the action to add or modify (for example,
src). If it exists, then Monetate alters its value. If it doesn't exist, then Monetate adds it to the element with its optional value.
Input the value(s) that you want the action to insert if you are adding or modifying the current value of an attribute. If you're removing the attribute, then you can leave this field blank.
Anything you add to the CSS editor is appended to a stylesheet in the
<head> portion of your site in a
<style> block. These styles are available on this page for use with any page element.
Select All Elements
The Select multiple elements, if matched? setting controls if the action applies only to the first occurrence of the relative element selector or to all occurrences of it, if multiple exist.
Select NO if you want the action to apply only to the first occurrence. Select YES if you want the action to apply to all occurrences.
Re-Check for Elements
The Re-check for Elements setting enables or disables polling. If you enable polling, then Monetate continues to check for the selected element even if it does not initially appear on the page. This option is good if you have certain elements that don't fire right when the page loads.
If you disable polling, then Monetate only checks for the element once when the page loads.
Remove Attribute and Value
This input determines whether the action removes the specified attribute and its value instead of adding or modifying it.
If you select Yes, then the action removes the specified attribute and any value it has from the selected element(s). If you select No, then the action adds or modifies to the selected element(s) the attribute you specify.