So I have been using DMA for a few activities and I was curious if there
was an easy list to reference names besides guessing in Target? For
instance, The Woodlands, TX falls into Houston but I didn't know that
without some manual entry. Any help would be appreciated.
I'll like to get back on this project but it's been an ongoing headache
that has caused us to find other solution in the interim. For whatever
reason, the pixelation is tied to the 4th+ experience within Target.
Everything before that is fine. The images are of super high quality and
resolution. We originally that might be the problem but we downsized
them and uploaded again with the same issue.
ryanj16539978,Are you by chance hosting these images in Scene 7 if so I
would strongly recommend checking in with that team as it might be a
setting or byproduct of the URLs produced for the image. Otherwise
please clarify where these images are being stored and if possible
provide URLs to the images.Mihnea Docea | Technical Support Rep,
Customer Care | Customer & Employee Experience | Adobe | (:: 1 (800)
Thank you. My problem stems around 50+ markets that need very minimal
language changed per market. Since I can't call up an audience that I
have saved as I see fit currently, I would have to create an individual
experience for each market. It would be more straightforward to get
target to pull the location using DMA or State in a script to make an if
statement vs my current setup that required building out 50+
My company is required to comply with the 508 Compliance standard for
the visually impaired. There are certain features that fail this test.
Is there a way to designate an audience for this compliance?Edit: It
appears the reason it is failing is that the recommendations tool is not
including the "alt" tags that the AEM content has elsewhere. Is there a
way to correct this?
I get what you are saying now. So I can't technically carry any content
from page 1 to page 2 within the experience is what I am gathering. My
goal was to automatically forward them to that post-event based on their
geo or if they selected that event to let them know the event had
already transpired but also pull through the dynamic content. If it was
solely geo then I know how to use the dynamic content to do that, but
what I really need to do is use the audiences I set up as a mega-market
Hi Ryan,You can add multiple recommendations criterias or designs (not
both) to the same recommendations activity and Recs will give an equal
split of traffic to each criteria or design .It will look something like
this depending on what you choose.It is also documented here.( Create a
Recommendations Activity )If you select multiple criteria, traffic is
split evenly between the selected criteria. For example, if you have
selected two criteria and your activity is designed to display default
After having 40 experiences disappear in an instant I would love the
chance to have the ability to recall past versions. Is storage an issue?
Fine, charge me for it. It will be a bargain compared to the 3 weeks of
I believe one of the main reasons that Target does not store copies of
saved versions of an activity is a storage space issue. Saving copies
would require an exponential increase in storage available for Target
data. You might want to look into making this a feature request/idea
here in our forums here: Target - Ideas Our Product Management and
Engineering teams use suggestions from our Ideas forum when road mapping
features included in future releases. The more people are interested in
Unfortunately, I don't think that will help. The container of code has
to be edited for each experience. In this instance, it would be a change
of code for city and state, and CTA buttons, as well as a tracking URL.
Using an offer doesn't carry over the individual modifications. Unless I
am using it wrong. I will dive into that link a bit more as well. Thank
Yes, you are correct. Exp B will basically have two experiences in it.
One for each audience. Within visual experience composer, you can select
the audience and then create an experience specifically for them. Go
into Audiences first and set up your two audiences based on GEO. Then
add those to the test.I don't think I would use auto-allocate. That just
starts to show the new visitors the better performing exp. I would just
leave it at manual 50/50. What that will do is make it so that 50% of