Server-side split testing with Bunting is quick and easy to set up with this guide. However, before we continue, it is important to define what a server side split test is in Bunting, and how it differs from a client side split test.
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The basic authentication is often used on staging sites, as a way of preventing unwanted access.
The only area that will be slightly different is the method that Bunting uses to collect your XML product feed, if that feed is also behind basic authentication. For this you will just have to enter your basic authorization username and password when you enter your product feed address into your Bunting account.
Let’s say you have a product, such as a t-shirt, in several sizes. Should you submit the product several times in each size?
The answer is: no. You should only submit the product once.
To produce content, such as product recommendations, Bunting only needs to know general information about products, such as their names, prices, and image URLs, etc.
Including the same product multiple times in different variations can, and probably will, result in multiples of the same product being recommended at the same time.
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To test your Bunting installation on any page, simply get your website URL and append the following value:
An information popup will appear, containing all the data that is being sent from your website to Bunting. Your product pages should contain an indented section with the product ID, whereas your cart and conversion complete pages should also contain similar page-specific information.
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