A test page in Optimize maps to one or more URLs of an actual web page that you plan to test or target.
This will match only page.html on the www.example.com domain in unsecured http:// protocol.
This will match any page.html on any subdomain of example.com in either http:// or https:// protocol.
This will match only page.html on the mysite.example.com domain in the secured https:// protocol with both query strings set to the defined values regardless of their order on the address.
This string will match both staging.example.com/page.html and www.example.com/page.html?queryresults
Adding multiple URLs is useful when a web page is stored in more than one server location. For example, a page may be stored on a staging server that you use for testing (staging.example.com/contact_us.html) and a "live" server that you use for production (www.example.com/contact_us.html). By adding a URL for each of these locations, the tests or targets for the page can be verified on the staging server initially, then made live without changing the page URL field in Optimize.
|Attribute Name||Description and Default Value|
|cookiePath||Scopes cookie creation to a path on the web domain, indicating that the cookie should only be sent back to the server for the path you enter here. Default value is /. Format: path|
|cookiePrefix||Specifies the prefix to add to a cookie name. Default value is _wt. Format: string|
|controlCookieTimeout||Duration (in milliseconds) that tracking cookies will persist for a test. Default value is 7776000000 (90 days). Format: 1 - n|
|splitMatchRegex||Split tests only. Specifies a regular expression that is used to determine if the current page is equivalent to the split page to which a visitor should be directed. You use this attribute for a page URL that can be slightly different depending upon query string values. Thus, a splitMatchRegex value of 'http://mycompany.com/offer/index.html' would ensure that 'http://mycompany.com/offer/index.html' and 'http://mycompany.com/offer/index.html?src=promo' are treated as the same page. Default value is null.|
|testGroup||Use to identify pages and associated tests as members of a logical "test group". When executed within a test group, conversion events can be applied to one or more tests within the group. Otherwise, conversion events will be applied only to the most recently visited page/test. The testGroup attribute must also be used on pages that serve as both the starting point for one test and the conversion point for another test. Default value is null.|
|debug||Opens the debug window. Select the level of verbosity that you want for messages by type the letter v. Use v for Info level, vv for Debug, and vvv for Trace level messaging.|
|defaultUrl||Use to redirect page visitors to another location when Optimize shows default content or when an error occurs. Value: URL, default value is null.|
|Add custom attribute||Enter the name and value of an attribute you want to add that is not listed here.|