Determine if JS Errors are Coming from Ensighten Deployments
This article will walk you through blacklisting the Ensighten domain using Charles Proxy.
- Launch Charles Proxy, navigate to Tools and select Black List
- Click Enable Black List and then click Add. Leave all fields blank except for Host. In the Host field, enter *ensighten* and click OK.
- The black list rule appears on your Black List Settings page. Click OK.
- The next time you reload the page nothing from Ensighten will be allowed to execute on the page. This includes the bootstrap.js file (unless you are self hosting), any code rules, or anything else that might come from Ensighten.
TIP: You can also blacklist Ensighten using the Ghostery Browser Extension. Click the blue button when you see Ensighten listed; it will remove it from "Tracker Allowed" to "Tracker Blocked". You must reload the page to see the changes.
NOTE: If you do not experience the issue(s) with Ensighten blacklisted, the problem might be because of a rule code delivered through Ensighten. You can use the Ensighten Manage Code Search function to find the error and correct it.