Yes it certainly does!
But do make sure to implement the Optimizely snippet on your page - this allows you run tests, track goals and even helps Optimizely load your page into the editor. For this you'll need to edit the page's html.
Remember to place this as high as possible in the head tag of your page (this will prevent unwanted flashing)!
Feel free to reach out to Joel or I for additional details.
I appreciate your detailed explanation which is actually what I thought was happening with Wix but not totally sure.
The primary problem we have with Wix is that it loads our website, and I suspect millions of others, super slow. We need to find a replacement that allows the simplicity of the gui to create pages and make changes but that also loads fast.
Any comments on this and suggestions for other alternatives? I believe in testing and would like to try Optimizely but we have to find a platform that would meet all of our requirements first.