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  • Take a Look at Our New SEO Page Generator (Prerender)

    This post is a follow-up to a webinar we held on SEO and the page generator. We're going to be making some updates by replacing the engine we use behind the scenes. This post takes a look at Prerender and what improvements we've made to performance, logging and debugging.  Read More...

  • Coding and Debugging with the SEO Page Generator

    The SEO page generator is used in SCA to generate static pages for search engines who typically cannot process JavaScript. In this article we'll look a bit at how it works, how you can use it for debugging and how you can code to exclude content from being indexed.

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  • More Ways to Troubleshoot Your SCA Site

    We've covered basic ways to debug a site using the browser, so in this article we take a look at specific things that can happen when working on your site.  Read More...

  • TIL Thursday: Debugging Credit Card Icons

    This week for TIL Thursday I wanted to run through how to troubleshoot a particular issue that we've had a couple of reports about: credit card icons. Some of our customers have been saying that when they've added or modified a new credit card to the site, they are having a hard time getting the icons to appear on the form where shoppers add a new credit card.    Read More...

  • Get to Grips with Caching on SuiteCommerce Advanced

    While we have extensive documentation about caching, I wanted to know more about it. This week I sat down with Rafael Tucat, Director of Software Engineering at NetSuite, and asked him some questions about how SCA uses caching.  Read More...

  • Five Ways to Troubleshoot SCA in the Browser

    For a while now, web browsers have included a number of tools to aid developers who are working on websites. As a developer you'll be aware of what they are but below below are some tips for using your browser's tools to deal with problems that may arise when working on an SCA site.  Read More...