The editor enables you to modify the layout, appearance, and content of your pages and to set up action tracking in order to measure the performance of the changes you have made.
You can open the editor via one of the following methods:
- Clicking the editor step within a campaign
- Adding a parameter in the URL
- Using the AB Tasty Chrome extension
⭐ Good to know
Clicking the editor step within a campaign
The easiest way to open the editor is directly within your campaign’s creation flow. To do so, click Variation editor from the left menu of your campaign.
You can also access this step via the dashboard by clicking > Variation editor of the campaign you want to edit.
⭐ Good to know
The last editor you used will open by default the next time you load the editor, whether it is the same campaign or a different one. To change the type of editor, go to the Main information step of your campaign and select the editor you want to open.
Adding a parameter in the URL
Another solution is to add a parameter in the URL of the page you want to modify. To open the variation editor, go to the page of your website corresponding to the URL you entered in the Main information step of your campaign and add the following parameter: ?abtasty_editor=testID.
You need to replace testID with the ID of your test. This ID is available in the dashboard, in the ID column.
For example: if your sample URL is https://www.mywebsite.com/, it will become https://www.mywebsite.com/?abtasty_editor=586298.
If your campaign is an A/B test, you can open the code editor by applying the following steps:
- Replace xxxxxx by the test ID of the campaign you want to edit: https://app2.abtasty.com/edit/test/xxxxxx/code-editor
- Click the URL:
The Code editor opens.
The code editor can only be launched via the AB Tasty platform.
Using the AB Tasty Chrome extension
The last solution is to use the AB Tasty Chrome extension if you have it installed on your Chrome browser. To open the editor via the AB Tasty extension, apply the following steps:
- Click the AB Tasty extension .
- Log in to AB Tasty if necessary.
- The list of previously created tests and personalizations is displayed, along with their status (started or paused),
- Click an existing test or personalization.
- Click Editor.
For more information on the extension, refer to The AB Tasty Chrome Add-on.
🚩 Heads up
You cannot open the code editor via the AB Tasty extension.
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