How to: urlparam4twig

You can define a urlparam4twig-list like “one#two” via the shortcode “urlparam4twig ” or (preferrably) the plugin-template.

This gives you the most flexible way to put a dynamic URL together for the API-call.

Create a template with this twig-code:

this is a template: <br>
time: {{ "now"|date("m.d.Y") }}<br>
urlparam "one": {{}}<br>
urlparam "two": {{urlparam.two}}

URL:{{ "now"|date("mdY") }}&a={{}}&b={{urlparam.two}}



Save this template and remember the no of the template, use this shortcode:

[jsoncontentimporterpro id=ID_OF_TEMPLATE]

Click here and see the change in the following paragraph. You might change the values for the parameters.
In the back the twig code in the URL is executed and the values for “one” and “two” are used.

this is a template:
time: 01.20.2019
urlparam "one":
urlparam "two":