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  1. In the Basic settings view, in the sidebar, click Define settings.

    Defining advanced modification settings

  2. In the Advanced settings view, define Define the settings you want:

    Table of Contents

  3. When you're done, click Save.


SettingDescriptionDefault value
Content preloading

Enable loading the modification content in the browser as a part of the custom script, which decreases the delay in displaying the modification (the flickering effect).


Enabling content preloading means you can't use most of the advanced modification settings.

In addition, content preloading increases the size of your custom script. If there are several modifications using content preloading on the same site, loading the custom script will be slower.

Content preloading also increases the risk of the visitors seeing outdated content as the modification is cached in the browser.

Use content preloading only when:

  • Your content is static (not making API requests).
  • You do not need to use target groups, states , or other advanced modification settings.
  • You do not need jQuery for DOM manipulation.
  • You are willing to place the Frosmo scripts in the <head> element of the page.


Enabling content preloading for a modification that displays a recommendation does not affect the recommendation data, which still comes from the Frosmo back end. Only the content explicitly defined for the modification is included in the site's custom script. Using content preloading with modifications that display recommendations is therefore not recommended.

Conversion tracking

Enable automatically attributing conversions to the modification based on the clicks, displays, and true displays the modification receives.


If you disable conversion tracking for the modification, the platform no longer attributes conversions to the modification based on the clicks, displays, and true displays the modification receives. This affects the modification performance statistics.

For more information about basic modification events and conversion attribution, see Data collected from websites and Conversion attribution.

GA trackingEnable tracking Google Analytics events for the modification. Tracking requires that you have integrated Google Analytics with the Frosmo Platform. For more information, see System and service integrations.Enabled


The audience settings allow you to customize the target audience for testing purposes or fine-tune the audience beyond segmentation segments and affinity groups.

The following table describes the available audience settings.


Test mode

Enable or disable test mode for the modification. When test mode is enabled, the modification is only shown to visitors who browse the site in test mode.

You also need to activate test mode in the browser by adding the query string frosmotest=on to the URL. To deactivate test mode in the browser, add the query string frosmotest=off to the URL.

For more information, see Test mode.


Select the deciles to which you want to display the modification. By default, all deciles are selected.

The Frosmo Platform automatically places each visitor entering your site in one of ten deciles. The platform chooses the decile randomly. The visitor stays in the same decile until the browser cache and cookies are cleared. A visitor's decile placement applies across all modifications on the site.

DevicesSelect the types of devices on which the modification is shown to visitors (desktop, mobile, or tablet). By default, all device types are selected, meaning the modification is shown to a visitor no matter what device they're using.Target groups

Select the target groups to which you want to display the modification.

Target groups allow for more complex segmentation than individual segments or segment groups. Target groups are company-specific, which means that they are valid across all sites of a given company.

For more information, see Working with target groups.

Select modification states. States are custom actions that you can use to determine whether the modification is displayed to the visitor. For example, you can determine that the modification is only displayed to visitors that are logged in, or visitors using a specific language version of the site.

Unless there are custom actions created for your site, you can't use them in modification states.

For more information, see Feature: Custom action.