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Redirect experiment on a dynamic URL

hdeulkar 10-05-16

Redirect experiment on a dynamic URL

How can I setup a redirect experiment on a dynamic URL? We have an optimizely redirect experiment setup currently with the targeted URL something like www.example.com/landing/ and variations as www.example.com/landing?vs=1 and www.example.com/landing?vs=2 Is it possible to setup a similar redirect experiment with a dynamic URL? Targeted URL Regex: www.example.com/[A-Z0-9]{12}/ Variation 1: www.example.com/[A-Z0-9]{12}/?vs=1 Variation 2: www.example.com/[A-Z0-9]{12}/?vs=2
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inigam 10-06-16
 

Re: Redirect experiment on a dynamic URL

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Hey

Interesting test, something you can try is below

Once you have added any URL to a redirect URL of a variation.
Open the Edit Code box for the Variation code.
you will find something like this below

(you can potentially use regex here or ask your developer: refer the article)

 

_optly.redir.href="YOUR REDIRECT URL";

try to change it to
_optly.redir.href="YOUR URL WITH REGEX"+"?vs=1";        // or anything else you want to add

and Apply and Save it !

Hope this works for you. let me know if it does.

Regards

Regards,
IN


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CouchPsycho 10-06-16
 

Re: Redirect experiment on a dynamic URL

Yes, you can. Assuming that your url-targeting works right, you can refer to the current url like this:

 

var currentUrl = window.location.href;

In your variations just add the additional parameters to currentUrl and redirect.

 

But always be sure to have a correct tagreting in order to prevent any kind of loop.




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