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A/B-test one iframe up agains another in Adobe Target?

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Is it possible to set up an A/B-test based on an adobe audience segment that control an iframe?

 

Example: Variant A contains one iframe content. Variant B contains another iframe content.

 

If possible, how do you set this up? Is this a form based or visual based experiment or something else?

 

Thanks!

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Hi @RebeccaIsolde ,

Could you please tell me in which scenario you are looking:

1. If you want to insert a new iframe into the experiences, You can create an activity using Visual Experience Composer, and insert iframe content. 

2. If you want to change the content inside an iframe, the iframe should be under the same domain, and in the custom code section, you need to insert code to change the content.

 

Note: Changing content in third party domain is not possible.

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Hi @RebeccaIsolde ,

Could you please tell me in which scenario you are looking:

1. If you want to insert a new iframe into the experiences, You can create an activity using Visual Experience Composer, and insert iframe content. 

2. If you want to change the content inside an iframe, the iframe should be under the same domain, and in the custom code section, you need to insert code to change the content.

 

Note: Changing content in third party domain is not possible.

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Thank you for taking the time to answer! So it would be possible to change for example the source of the iframe domain? For example, if i would like to test 2 different contents in the iframe, i could create a version 2 of the iframe source domain/URL and create a re-direct test where i change the iframe URL?

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If iframe is under the same domain, then you can change the content inside the iframe.