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Running experiments on pages behind a login wall

jjacques 09-30-15
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Running experiments on pages behind a login wall

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I'm having an issue making edits to this page, which is behind a login.

https://analytics.maptiks.com/#/sites

 

The optimizely code is running on both the login page as well as this one, but for some reason it still won't allow me to make edits. 

 

I've also followed all of the steps in the troubleshooting page and have tried on Safari, Chrome and Firefox. It simply isn't working.

 

Any ideas?

Julien Jacques
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Amanda 10-01-15
 

Re: Run experiment on page behind a login

@julmaptiks - Is there a way that I could use a test login to your site to take a look at this?  How do I get to the logged in version? When I visit that URL https://analytics.maptiks.com/#/signin I just see a blank page. 

 

Are you able to get the page to load in the editor in the logged in version and are not able to edit the elements OR, are you not able to get the page to load in the editor in the correct state at all?

 

Thanks in advance for the additional information! This will help us figure out what's going on. 

 

If for any reason the page simply won't work in the editor, there are workaround options. For example, you could create a duplicate, static version of this page to load in the editor and make the changes. Then, your URL targeting settings would allow the experiment to run on the real, dynamic page. 

 

Looking forward to hearing back from you! 

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Amanda 10-01-15
 

Re: Run experiment on page behind a login

@jjacques - What did you end up doing as a solution? It might be relevant for other Community members. I'm looking forward to hearing back. 

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