It is important to test your website on various browsers to ensure that the content displays correctly. You should verify that the site is working as expected using the SEO page generator. Note that the SEO page generator is a headless browser, used to expose product URLs on your web site to search bots. For site compatibility testing, you should consider the SEO page generator just as you do any other web browser, such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and others. You can use the logging mechanisms included in the SEO page generator to help troubleshoot problems you may find while testing.
Testing Your Web Site
Click the Chrome Menu on the browser toolbar
Click Show advanced settings...
Under Privacy, click Content Settings.
Go to your site home page, for example, http://www.mywebstore.com.
You should be able to navigate all the pages of your site, and view text and images. To test your web site, click through the links on your web site to verify that all the content is rendered as you expect.
Using the SEO Page Generator for Troubleshooting
View the debug log provided by the SEO page generator. Follow instructions in SEO Page Generator Debug Log.
To find errors, search the page displaying the source code. Press Ctrl+F, and then type error into the search box that displays in the browser.
The same error might be reported differently by the SEO page generator and desktop browser. Consequently, you might find that some errors that are logged in the SEO page generator are not apparent in the desktop browser.
Guidelines for Finding Errors
Best Practice: Web developers can use
console.log in Reference Implementation customizations to verify that code is being executed properly. Typically,
console.log web developers can see the code that is being executed, and track customizations.