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Adding a Proxy

The guide below describes how you can create a new Proxy within the platform.

Add Business

  • Do not need to add Location Info
  • Set any ID fields under Advanced
  • Click "Add"

Add Proxy

  • Click "Add"

Standard Options

  • Domain - This is your url of the Proxy. You can add this under a temporary Subdomain until you register a domain (i.e. businessname.proxies.com). If a domain is already registered, you can enter it here (i.e. www.registereddomain.com)
  • Source Domain - This is the customer's current Website you will be proxying. Enter this domain with the http/https and the domain (i.e http://www.customerdomain.com)
  • Phone (optional) - If you want to replace all Phone numbers within the Proxy with a tracking Phone, enter it here
  • Country - Defaults to your country. Used for phone number detection and replacement

Advanced Options

  • Ignored Numbers - List of phone numbers to ignore during replacement (i.e. 24/7 emergency numbers or Fax numbers)
  • Additional Number Replacements - If you want to replace multiple different numbers with a separate tracking phone number
  • Image Replacements - Allows you to replace an existing Image within the Proxy with one you upload. You Upload the new image, and specify the local path of the image (i.e. /images/some-image.png). Normally this is used to replace images that have phone numbers within them
  • Header Code - Custom header HTML code you want added inside the <head> tag
  • Footer Code - Custom footer HTML code you want added right before the closing </body> tag
  • Extra CSS - Custom CSS you want added to override styles in the Proxy
  • Find/Replace Strings - Allows you to manually replace strings to fix issues
  • Auto-link to Other Proxies - This toggle will replace references to the Source Domain of other Proxies within the same Business
  • HTTPS - Toggle for https for the Domain. Available if your instance is enabled with HTTPs support (contact Support for information on this option)
  • Cache HTML Pages - Proxies will cache static assets (images, javascript, css). This toggle will also cache HTML pages. You should only use this option if you know the customer's original site is causing the Proxy request to load slowly.

Registering a Domain

You can click "Actions > Register Domain" to register a domain for a Proxy. After registration the Proxy Domain field will be updated automatically for you. For more information about Registering a Domain, you can read that here.


At this point the Proxy is now created and ready to be QA’d

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