I have a dynamic CloudPage that, based on URL parameters, will populate a specific sport's sign-up page (baseball, basketball, etc). We've seen some spotty issues recently, but have been unable to pinpoint which sign-up is causing issues, so we are hoping that, upon submission of the CloudPage, we can write the URL into the data extension as well.

Is this possible? If so, how would I achieve that?

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On the page, you can use

%%[SET @mypageURL = RequestParameter("PageURL")]%%

...which will contain the page's own url, and you can send that along with your other data, put it in a DE or similar.

Note you have to test this on an actual live page, preview shows you something else like:


If you are interested in the cloudpage Id, you can simply use @tabId (without RequestParameter), this variable just "exists", and you can output it / use it to log into data extensions etc. Similar, live page or it won't work.

  • Jonas, thank you! This nearly has me there. Apologies, as I am not a developer. Our sign-up page is the page where the user can enter their info. I placed the script you added above and when I click 'View Page Source' it works as expected. However, we also have a 'processing' page which is the 'Thank you' page and submits the field info. I put what I thought was necessary there, but it's populating the 'Thank you' page URL rather than the Sign-Up page URL. Apr 27, 2022 at 17:43
  • The code I posted has to go on the sign up page. This is where you request the pageURL parameter and put it into a variable (lets call it @formPage) as a value with this code. You got this far already. You have to send that variable along to the handler page as a parameter -> then ,on your handler, you do RequestParameter("formPage"), which will contain the value of the form page URL (=what you want), not the handler's. Apr 28, 2022 at 6:38
  • You're awesome. Thank you so much! Apr 28, 2022 at 13:08

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