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How can we reduce the loading time of website page while running A/B test

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Hello Experts,

 

We have created an A/B activity to show checkout steps to users in a website page.

For experience A it should be total 5 steps (default).

For Experience B only 4 steps should be reflected in website page.

However, for experience B, we noticed that it responds very slow. Customers in the variant see the step 5 when the page is loaded, and only after sometime it's removed. Since this is a very bad user experience, is there any way we can improve this experience.

 

Thank you,

Shivani

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Employee Advisor

Sounds like the Target implementation might need reviewing. Is the checkout flow a Single Page Application or a "traditional" website where clicking through each step involves the page fully reloading? 

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Employee Advisor

Sounds like the Target implementation might need reviewing. Is the checkout flow a Single Page Application or a "traditional" website where clicking through each step involves the page fully reloading? 

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Please check your implementation in target. It is not expected behaviour. 

Please validate the page after implementation using developer tool or Adobe experience platform debugger.