Support » Plugin: Logic Hop - Content Personalization for WordPress » Best way to go about testing conditions?

  • Resolved jonathansantini

    (@jonathansantini)


    Really excited about personalization and I’ve installed Logic Hop on my site and set up a UTM-code based condition and a user activity based condition, but how do I go about testing conditions once I’ve added them to my pages?

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  • Plugin Author Logic Hop

    (@logichop)

    Thank you! There are a number of ways to easily test Logic Hop personalization and conditions.

    One of the easiest ways is to preview your page or post from the WordPress editor and use the Logic Hop Preview Tool. The Preview Tool automatically appears when you preview your pages or posts and allows you to turn conditions off and on and also set, enable and disable personalization variables.

    Another great way to quickly preview your personalization is to open your pages in an Incognito Window. This will create a new session and show your conditions and content as it would appear for a first-time visitor. Closing the Incognito Window will clear the session and any data.

    To test for repeat visitor functionality a good approach is to use a separate browser – This will allow you to quit the browser and reopen it to simulate a return visit. To clear the user data you can delete the Logic Hop cookie by using the browser tools.

    Query strings and UTM codes are incredibly powerful tools for personalizing your site. To simulate this type of personalization you can use the Preview Tool or simply add the query string to the URL of the page you’re testing. For example, adding ?utm_source=logichop at the end of a URL would pass in the value “logichop” for the UTM code “utm_source”.

    For full details be sure to check out our documentation at https://logichop.com/docs/ and you can always contact us directly for live support.

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