Web Integration Troubleshooting¶
This document will help you to find out if the WEB SDK has been integrated correctly and go through some common mistakes that people make when integrating the websdk.
Step 1 - Check the Pointzi dashboard¶
Step 2 - Check for Websdk script¶
If in Step 1 you can see that no integration is showing up then the next step is to check that the Pointzi script has been added to your website.
First - Check with your developer that they have made the Pointzi integration live.
Second - Visit the website where you have tried to integrate Pointzi. Open inspector and go to the network tab, then search for:
Step 3 Pointzi Initialisation script¶
If you can see that the Pointzi script from step 2 is being loaded then the next step is to see if the Pointzi initialisation script is loading.
In the network tab of the inspector search for.
Then load a page where you have tried to integrate Pointzi and check if there are any network calls from streethawk.com.
If there are no network calls then the Pointzi initialisation script has not been implemented correctly. Please check the instructions here
If you do see network calls from streethawk.com then your integration should be working.
Pointzi is integrated but you can't see tips?¶
If you have followed all the steps above and now have a working integration but you are unable to get Pointzi experiments to work then please try the following.
Check preview in creator mode¶
First thing to do is to check if you are able to view any Pointzi content in preview mode using the Pointzi creator. If you are not able to do this then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Can't see experiments¶
If you are able to preview experiments in the Pointzi creator but not when you enable experiments there is a couple of things you need to check.
1 The experiment is on Dynamic URL¶
Please check if the experiment is placed on a dynamic URL. For example; A URL that uses an account number or a name or a random generated ID. If this is the case then please follow the instructions here
2 The experiment is targeting an element that has a dynamic ID¶
We do our best to be able to target all elements without having to write any code. Sometimes elements use a dynamic ID which makes it difficult for our targeting algorithm to find the same element again.
There is two options in this situation:
Select an element in the same area that doesn't change it's ID. (sometimes the parent widget doesn't have dynamic ID)
Get your developers to give the elements you want to target a fixed ID, more info for developers here