Site Area conditions include the pages on which the experiment will run. These conditions are tested every time a user visits your page. Conditions on the Site Area are joined in an OR manner.
To update the page that you will be editing on the Visual Editor you need to update the Visual Editor URL located in the What section of the Experience Summary.
By default an experiment runs on the page you made it on, but multi-page, site-wide or special locations are possible. You have two options in site area:
Include an area of the site
Exclude an area of the site
Then you can use one of the various options to include or exclude pages of your site:
By Page URL
By Query Sting
By Tagged pages (not available at all plan levels)
By JS Condition (e.g. ((window.location.href=="http://www.convert.com") && (user_logged_in == 0))
- By Page URL (with Query String)
You can use one of the available operators:
To check your Site Area targeting conditions and ensure that your experiment will run on the expected pages, use the check sign, which can be found on the right side of the Site Area screen. This will tell you whether the sample URLs you enter match the Site Area conditions. A match means the experiment will run. A non-match means the experiment won't run.
Site area can be used for site wide testing, targeting specific pages like a product or category page that has something special in the URL or using pagetags to signal backend user plans and target on that.
When interested in multi website testing (multiple domains) and running an experiment on multiple domains, use this area to define all the domains involved and make sure they are added in the Project Settings as well.