Experience Cloud Debugger

Install the Adobe Experience Cloud Debugger. The debugger inspects tags for the Analytics Cloud, Adobe Target, Advertising Cloud, Experience Cloud ID Service, Dynamic Tag Management, and Launch, by Adobe.

Important: This JavaScript bookmarklet is no longer maintained. Adobe recommends using the Adobe Experience Cloud Debugger extension for Chrome.

When executed in your browser, it shows the image requests that transmitted data from that page into Experience Cloud solutions, along with any variable values or parameters that were captured. This allows you and your developers to check the validity of your implementation on any page on your site.

Note: Because the Debugger functions by creating a pop-up window when you access a special bookmark in your web browser, certain ad-blocking plug-ins and pop-up blockers might interfere with the loading of the Debugger.

Install the debugger in Chrome

Install the Experience Cloud Debugger extension in the Google Chrome browser.

  1. Navigate to Adobe Experience Cloud Debugger.
  2. Follow the instructions to add the extension to Chrome.

Install the debugger in Firefox (not supported)

How to create a bookmark for the Adobe Debugger from within Mozilla Firefox.

  1. Right-click the bookmarks sidebar, then click New Bookmark.
  2. In the Name field, specify "Adobe Debugger" as the name for the new bookmark.
  3. In the Location field, paste the code that you copied to your clipboard as explained in Adobe Debugger Installation.
  4. Select Load the Bookmark in the Sidebar, if desired.
  5. Click Add.

Install the debugger in Internet Explorer (not supported)

How to create a bookmark for the Adobe Debugger from within Internet explorer.

  1. In the Favorites Bar, click the Add to Favorites Bar icon (Image) icon.

    If the Favorites Bar is hidden, right-click the browser header, then click Favorites Bar.

    A new bookmark is created.

  2. Right-click the bookmark, then click Rename.
  3. In the New Name field, specify "Adobe Debugger" as the name, then click OK.
  4. Right-click the newly created bookmark again, then click Properties.
  5. In the URL field, paste the code that you copied to your clipboard as explained in Adobe Debugger Installation.
  6. Click OK.