Monitor Input:

  • The monitor input consists of two parts separated by a comma. The first part is the PID for the product and the second part is called the color code. Using a direct link will not work.

  • In the example below, Q0936 Is the PID and 1225 is the color code.

Q0936,1225

There are three types of links. The first link is the standard link which contains the entire monitor input. The second link is the PID link which contains just the PID and not the color code. The last type of link is the variant link. The variant link is the hardest one to get the monitor input from.

  • The easiest way to get a monitor input is through a standard link. The following is considered a standard link:


https://www.hibbett.com/jordan-1-retro-high-og-white-black-light-smoke-grey-mens-shoe/Q0936.html?dwvar_Q0936_color=1225

  • Both the PID and the color code are in the URL itself. For example, the monitor input for this link would be Q0936,1225.

  • A PID link has the first portion of the monitor input, but is missing the second half of it, the color code. The following is considered a PID link.

https://www.hibbett.com/jordan-1-mid-smoke-grey-black-white-mens-shoe/Q0854.html

  • As you can see, the PID portion is in the URL but the color code is not. In order to follow the color code, you must first copy the PID and add a _ to the end of it. For the link above, you would copy the Q0854 and add a _ to the end of it so the end product would be Q0854_

  • After copying the new PID from above, you need to view the page source of the product page. In Chrome, navigate to the Hibbett website and view the product you are trying to get the monitor input for. Next, you will need to view the page source. This can be done by right-clicking anywhere on the product page and clicking "View Page Source"

  • When opened, the page source will look like a bunch of random strings of letters and numbers. To get the color code, hold CTRL/CMD + F and paste the new PID into it. For the example above, it should look like this:

  • Once successfully doing this, you will see numerous results come up. Find one of the results and it should look like this:

  • The four digit number at the end of the _ is the color code. So for the example above, the color code would be 0281. Putting it all together, the complete monitor input will be Q0854,0281.

  • Getting the monitor input from a variant link can be the most confusing as the URL will only contain a variant, and not a PID or color code. The following is considered a variant link:

https://www.hibbett.com/jordan-1-low-court-purple-black-grade-school-kids-shoe/37725413.html

  • The first thing you will want to do is view the page source of the product page. In Chrome, navigate to the Hibbett website and be on the product you are trying to get the monitor input for. Next, you will need to view the page source. This can be done by right-clicking anywhere on the product page and clicking "View Page Source"

  • When opened, the page source will look like a bunch of random strings of letters and numbers. To get the PID and color code, hold CTRL/CMD + F and paste <link itemprop="image" content into the box.

  • After doing so, you will see two results come up. Both results will have the PID and color code. The result for the link above looks like this:

  • At the end of the highlighted line, you will notice the PID and the color code. For the link above, the PID is 16Y54 and the color code is 5035. All put together, the correct monitor input is 16y54,5035.

F.A.Q:

How do I get variants?

  • Variants are not user accessible so we do not provide support on how to get them. If there is a product you would like variants for, please ask in the #support channel of the Discord and we will provide them for you.

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