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Choosing A Test Type

Details about the different test types and how to choose the right one.

Cleaning Out Old Session Data

This functionality was added in Ingot 1.3.1 and Ingot Nugget 1.0.1 Ingot tracks each page load in the front-end in its session's table. This is done for two reasons: It allows Ingot to be compatible with static HTML caches. We are planning to use this data, which helps track conversions and failed conversions in future versions of

Creating A Content Test

Learn how to create and display content tests using Ingot.

Creating Price Tests With Ingot

Creating Price Tests With Ingot -- coming soon.

Database Tables & CRUD

Overview Ingot uses test groups, which are comprised of multiple variants. Each time a test is loaded, a session is created. This is used to track non-conversions and to assist in working around static HTML caches. An entry in the tracking table is created to track extra details about a conversion. Tables Ingot Uses 4

How To Test Anything With Ingot

We strive to make Ingot really easy, and totally point and click. But if you are a WordPress developer looking to leverage Ingot to do something more custom this document is for you.

Ingot Destination Tests

The other types of content tests that Ingot can do test changes in content and track clicks on that content. Destination tests are not clickable links. Instead, Ingot changes some part of your content and tracks a conversion when site visitor goes somewhere or does something on your site. Destination tests are excellent for page

Ingot FAQ

Frequently asked questions about Ingot.


Documentation for the Ingot REST API.

What Is Ingot?

Learn what Ingot is, and how easy it is to use.