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You have enabled test mode for the modification. Only visitors who browse your site in test mode can now see the modification. (They must still belong to a segment the target audience to which the modification is normally shown, if defined.)

Testing the modification on your site

  1. In the browser, open a page that contains the modification.
  2. Activate test mode by adding the following query parameter to the page URL and pressing ENTER:

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    If the URL does not contain an existing query string, add "?" between the URL and the above parameter. If the URL already contains a query string, add "&" followed by the above parameter at the end of the existing query string. For more information about query strings, see Wikipedia.

    The following figure shows an example of a URL with just the test mode query parameter included.

    Activating test mode in the browser

    The following figure shows an example of a URL with the test mode query parameter appended to an existing query string.

    Activating test mode in the browser

    The browser now shows the modification on the site.

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    While test mode is active, you will also see all other modifications for which test mode is enabled (and that are shown to segments and/or affinity groups to which you belong).


  3. Test the modification to make sure it displays and functions correctly.
  4. After you're done, deactivate test mode by adding the following query parameter to the page URL and pressing ENTER:

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    The following figure shows an example of a URL with the test mode query parameter included.

    Deactivating test mode in the browser

    The browser no longer shows the modification on the site.

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You have disabled test mode for the modification. If activated, any visitor can now see the modification irrespective of whether test mode is enabled or disabled in their browser. (They must still belong to a segment the target audience to which the modification is normally shown, if defined.)

Alternative ways of activating and deactivating test mode in the browser

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