Customizations for advanced users:

For developers looking to get the most out of Pico Tools after installing the Pico plugin, consider implementing items from the following next steps.

Button Triggers

Using button trigger objects to better integrate menu prompts

Do you want interactions with certain elements on your page to load Pico registration or monetization prompts? https://help.trypico.com/en/articles/5215288-menu-shortcuts

(Make sure to use document objects below to suppress or change button trigger objects appropriately when a user state changes. For example, suppressing a "Subscribe" button. Check out our article on signals to better understand how to accomplish this.)

Document Objects

Using document objects to change the way the site looks and feels (or show different CTAs or menus or ads) depending on an audience member's name, payment state, etc.

Pico will automatically display changes to the Pico plugin based on information about a logged in registered user. Pico also provides more detailed information on document objects that can be used to further personalize other elements of the site: https://help.trypico.com/en/articles/5125110-pico-document-object-and-lifecycle-events

Linking embedded signups forms to Pico

If you already have an existing sign-up form on your website, you can let visitors log in to Pico without major updates to your current form and hide the form for users that have already registered. https://help.trypico.com/en/articles/5144984-signup-forms

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