What is it?
A browser-based debugger that opens in a new browser tab which allows you to see a breakdown of the rendering process the page went through with some useful information such as duration and items accessed that is useful for diagnosing which renderings are taking a long time. By default, the debugger resolves requests to the home page of the web database.
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Have you ever seen an error trace like the below in the Sitecore log?
System.NotSupportedException: Unknown request type: PROPFIND
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at Sitecore.Mvc.Helpers.WebHelper.GetRequestType (HttpContextBase httpContext)
at Sitecore.Mvc.Pipelines.Request.RequestBegin.ExecuteFormHandler.Process(RequestBeginArgs args)
As Sitecore developers is important to know the different resources we have available so we can get a hand when needed, which is pretty much all the time in my case.
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Continuing with the previous post of Sitecore goals basics, this post contains the last three steps.
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Goals are activities that visitors can perform on websites. Goals are created to track and measure how visitors engage with websites and campaigns (online and offline). For example:
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