A/B testing (also known as split testing or bucket testing) is a method of comparing two versions of a webpage or app against each other to determine which one performs better. AB testing is essentially an experiment where two or more variants of a page are shown to users at random, and statistical analysis is used to determine […]
A/B/N testing is a method of testing multiple versions of a web page or mobile app against each other to determine which performs best. A/B/n testing is an extended version of A/B testing, in which two versions of a page (a version A and version B) are tested against each other. With an A/B/n test, […]
What is abandonment rate? The percentage of initiated transactions that were not completed during the visit. These can be defined many ways — for example, the entire shopping funnel, a finite checkout process at an e-commerce site, a registration process at a lead generation site, or a search on an information based site.
What does above the fold mean? Above the fold, when talking about web design Web design, is the section of a Web page that is visible in a browser window when the page first loads. The portion of the page that requires scrolling in order to see content is called “below the fold”.
What is Alt Text? This HTML tag allows for the insertion of a description for an image (or any other multimedia). When a visitor chooses ‘don’t display images’ for a website, the alt-text of an image is shown in place of the image. Google places a relatively high value on alt texts to determine what is […]
What is an API? API stands for “Application Programming Interface.” An API is a set of commands, functions, protocols, and objects that programmers can use to create software or interact with an external system. It provides developers with standard commands for performing common operations so they do not have to write the code from scratch.