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How do I correctly implement an experiment with Google Experiments in this case? I've tried using relative paths for variations but all links are redirecting me to one of the variations of the original page (first.html or first-v2.html, first-v3.html).

Is there a regex I should use?

I have product pages in this format:

http://example.com/products/first.html
http://example.com/products/second.html
http://example.com/products/third.html

And variations are different pages for every product page like:

http://example.com/products/first-V1.html
http://example.com/products/first-V2.html

http://example.com/products/second-V1.html
http://example.com/products/second-V2.html

http://example.com/products/third-V1.html
http://example.com/products/third-V2.html

I've seen answers from Google Analytics Content Experiments: possible to setup variations for multiple pages at once? and https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2664470?hl=en&ref_topic=1745208.

Please don't give me links to other kind of results, I've seen all questions on Stack Overflow.

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Are your html pages static or generated dynamically. If dynamic you can create a multivariate test on the three product pages them selves –  Anagio Oct 4 '13 at 8:02
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