How to create a Split URL Test in Omniconvert

Before proceeding in creating your Split URL Test using Omniconvert make sure that the tracking code is installed on all the pages that you desire to include into this experiment. You can find more details regarding how to install the tracking code here. Creating the Split URL Test Go to the A/B Testing section into your […]

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A/B Test changes do not show – change selectors

In some cases depending on the structure of your website when you create an A/B test and apply certain changes to a specific element, the changes won’t be visible when the experiment is tested live. If that is the case then one solution is that you have to replace the selector created by our platform […]

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How to save page groups in A/B tests [A/B testing]

Saving page groups is a useful feature for when you create multiple experiments that run on the same locations on your website. For example, once you create an experiment that runs on all the summer category pages, you can save the selection by clicking ‘SAVE PAGE GROUPING’ within the ‘Audience’ tab: So the next time […]

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How to create A/B tests on dynamic shopping carts [A/B testing]

With Omniconvert you can create AB Tests for dynamic shopping carts. Until now, it was almost impossible to do so, but now it’s very easy. This feature is really helpful for all the e-commerce stores who dynamically generate their shopping carts. Here’s how you can use this great feature: 1. Navigate to a product and add it to your shopping […]

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How to create an A/B Test [A/B testing]

The first thing you’ll have to know is the answer to this question: What is A/B testing? A/B testing (sometimes called split testing) is the act of running two versions of a web page  in the same time to see which one performs better. You compare two variants of the same page (the original version […]

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Page editor [A/B testing]

The page editor is the way you can modify the content of a page without learning code or hire expensive programmers. You can access the page editor after loading a webpage in the A/B test editor. If you don’t know how to do that, please click here. After loading the URL of the webpage in […]

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