Optimizely Classic

Description

This plugin helps you configure your WordPress website to use Optimizely Classic. If you are new to Optimizely or have started using Optimizely X (not Classic), than please use the Optimizely X plugin.

Optimizely is a dramatically easier way for you to improve your website through A/B testing. Create an experiment in minutes with our easy-to-use visual interface with absolutely no coding or engineering required. Convert your website visitors into customers and earn more revenue today!

If you have an Optimizely Classic project, you simply enter your Optimizely project code in the plugin’s configuration page and you’re ready to start improving your website using Optimizely. Built for testing headlines, this plugin allows you to, create new experiments, see your experiment results, launch winners and much more all without leaving WordPress.

Screenshots

  • Create multiple headlines for each post
  • View your results and launch winners directly from the dashboard

Installation

Sign up at Optimizely.com.

  1. Make sure you are using Optimizely Classic, not Optimizely X. If you are using Optimizely X, please use the Optimizely X plugin.
  2. Upload the Optimizely Classic WordPress plugin to your blog
  3. Activate the plugin through the Optimizely Classic menu in WordPress
  4. Enter your Optimizely API token in the plugin’s settings page, choose a project to use, then save.

You’re ready to start using Optimizely!

FAQ

Installation Instructions

Sign up at Optimizely.com.

  1. Make sure you are using Optimizely Classic, not Optimizely X. If you are using Optimizely X, please use the Optimizely X plugin.
  2. Upload the Optimizely Classic WordPress plugin to your blog
  3. Activate the plugin through the Optimizely Classic menu in WordPress
  4. Enter your Optimizely API token in the plugin’s settings page, choose a project to use, then save.

You’re ready to start using Optimizely!

Reviews

Still bugs in 3.71

Hi There,

Conflicts with your plugin are breaking my Formidable Forms plugin.

Conflicts like this can usually be fixed by contacting the author of the plugin/theme causing trouble and ask them to only load their scripts and styles on their own pages instead of across all pages in the admin area.

This seems to be the problem!

Supports all Optimizely features!

I’m loving the new version of the plug-in which supports Optimizely’s latest stats engine results endpoint as well as conditional activation. I can run tests on my Infinite scrolling site with ease now!

Super Fast Headling Testing

This plugin works way more quickly than running headline tests through Optimizely directly and allows me to launch a headline straight from within WordPress. Saves me a ton of time on headline testing when time is of the essence

Read all 6 reviews

Contributors & Developers

“Optimizely Classic” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

3.7.8

  • FIXED readme issues

3.7.7

  • FIXED duplicate readme.txt file

3.7.6

  • UPDATED instructions to use the Optimizely X plugin for Optimizely projects that are using Optimizely X (not Classic)

3.7.5

  • FIXED bug on edit post page that displayed unwanted tooltip
  • UPDATED default conditional activation code to exclude users coming from other sites

3.7.1

  • FIXED bug on config.js around the conditional activation input

3.7.0

  • NEW – Conditional activation mode. Now you can only run an experiment if the user actually see’s the headline
  • NEW – Default URL targeting. Now you can have a default URL to run experiments on or across the entire site.
  • Updated the links to go to app.optimizely.com

3.6.1

  • fixed bug in edit.php that only happened on servers running lower than PHP 5.4

3.6.0

  • prevented the creation of an experiment until the post is published. This is to prevent goals and URL targeting to be incorrect when a post title changes and URL truncating
  • updated the results page to use the new Optimizely statistics engine

3.5.2

  • Fixed issue where the powered testing number will only accept 2 digits
  • Fixed issue where pagenow can be undefined. Check to see if its undefined before displaying the page

3.5.1

  • Fixed bug in optimizely.php that was preventing large snippet ids to render correctly

3.5.0

  • Major changes to get the plugin ready for WordPress VIP
  • Fixed bug that caused some snippets not to get loaded correctly after performing an upgrade

3.2.1

  • Fixed bug that caused some variations to not get updated or created after experiment creation

3.2.0

  • Fixed bug where the progress bar was still loading when no results are ready

3.1.0

  • Added ability to add custom post types

3.0.0

  • Making repository Open Source
  • Added Results Page
  • Added Ability to launch winners directly from results page by changing the headline for the post
  • Added powered testing
  • Added ability to add configure how many variations to test per post

2.0.0

  • Added headline testing

1.0.1

  • Prioritizing the Optimizely code snippet so that it appears above other scripts.

1.0.0

  • Introducing the Optimizely WordPress plugin. Now it’s even easier to start improving your website.