Activity URL

The activity URL determines the page that is used in the Multivariate Test (MVT), and that opens when the test is designed in Adobe Target.

When prompted during activity creation, specify the activity URL. Type the complete URL (including https://), then click Next.

Target does not differentiate between URL protocols ( https and http). As a result, and both match.

By default, the Visual Experience Composer (VEC) opens the page that is specified in your Visual Experience Composer settings. You can specify a different page during activity creation.

To display a different page after the VEC opens, click the Configure icon, then select Page Delivery, then specify the URL.

Page Delivery dialog box

Click Add Template Rule to add more pages or sections to the activity.

Additional rules can be based on any of the following:

  • URL
  • Domain
  • Path
  • Hash (#) Fragment
  • Query
  • Parameter

Additional rules can be joined to the activity URL with AND or OR. All rules that you add are evaluated against each other with AND.

Click Save when you have finished.

If you entered a URL for a site that does not include the Target JavaScript code, you cannot select page elements.

By default, the VEC does not allow changes to elements containing JavaScript, such as rotating banners. You can toggle off Render using JavaScript if you want to be able to alter those elements using the Visual Experience Composer.

If you change the URL after making changes to a page for one or more experiences, the experience is reset using the new page and the changes you made are lost.