Using the Evergage Visual Editor, you can target multiple elements with a single in-page edit, such as links sharing the same destination (i.e. "contact us" links located in both the header and footer of the same page that direct the user to "www.mywebsite.com/contact-us") or identical images on multiple pages of your site.
You can also test different text copy throughout your entire site to see which version is more effective. You can also add or edit the title attribute to show visitors the nature or contents of the link or image. For example:
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Before You Begin
By default, multi-target changes are created without page targeting rules.
This means that if a link is found with a matching URL, the change will be applied on any page where Evergage is applying personalization. If you want the change to affect links only on the current page, you will need to add targeting rules to either the Page Change Settings, or the campaign- or experience-level rules.
For more information about page changes and campaign, experience, and message level rules, please refer to the following articles:
Create a Multi Target Change
Add a Target Pages Rule
Since the change will affect all links on your site directing to the same URL, if you want to limit the change to only one page, you must add a Target Pages rule to control that behavior.
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