Your Invoca Tag comes loaded with a built-in testing and troubleshooting feature, just in case you need it. Whether you're experiencing errors or just want to make sure everything's working correctly, this article will help you troubleshoot your Tag's behavior.
Before you use this article, make sure you've configured your Invoca Tag and deployed it on at least one landing page. We strongly recommend you test your Tag after every new revision you make, before setting your new revision to "live". Additionally, you can use the same test feature to potentially troubleshoot any errors your Tag might be experiencing.
Here are a few questions you can use this article to answer:
The test feature of your tag lets you see how any new revision of your Tag will behave on your landing pages before you set it "live". Here's how to access it:
Your web browser will now access your landing page, but your Invoca Tag will load with the settings of the most recent draft you've created, rather than the revision that you've set to "live." If you maintain a staging environment to test your website, you should deploy the same Invoca Tag to both your staging and production landing pages.
Now that you've opened a landing page with the test function of your Invoca Tag, it's time to check out whether your Tag is working correctly. Here's how:
Is Invoca not working as you expected on your landing page? Here are some tips to troubleshoot potential errors in your Tag setup.
Use the instructions above to load your landing page with the test function active, then access your browser's Developer Console. In the Console, type "Invoca" and hit enter. Here are a few responses you might see:
Use the instructions above to load your landing page with the test function active, then access your browser's Developer Console. In the Console, type "Invoca.PNAPI.display()" and hit enter. Here's one response you might see: