The Adobe Experience Cloud Visual Editing Helper browser extension for Google Chrome lets you load websites reliably within the Adobe Target Visual Experience Composer (VEC) to rapidly author and QA web experiences.
This new extension replaces the previous Target VEC Helper browser extension.
The Adobe Experience Cloud Visual Editing Helper browser extension for Chrome solves site-loading issues for which customers now rely on the Target Enhanced Experience Composer or third-party extensions, such as Requestly.
Content-Security-Policy, are implicitly removed from the website. There is no need to create complicated Requestly rules.
Using the Enhanced Experience Composer, the extension does not inject at.js, but the SameSite Cookie functionality is still present. To inject at.js on the webpage, turn off the EEC.
Click Add to Chrome > Add Extension.
Open the VEC in Target.
To use the extension, click the Visual Editing Helper browser extension icon ( ) in your Chrome browser’s toolbar while in the VEC or QA Mode.
The Visual Editing Helper is automatically enabled when a website is opened in the Target VEC to power authoring. The extension doesn’t have any conditional settings. The extension handles all the settings automatically, including SameSite cookies settings.
For more information on the
SameSite=None attribute browser fix, see “How do the recently announced Google Chrome SameSite cookie enforcement policies impact the VEC and EEC?” in Troubleshooting Issues Related to the Visual Experience Composer and Enhanced Experience Composer.
For Target, the extension loads the latest version of at.js that is available from the Target UI in Administration > Implementation and at.js downloads the authoring libraries.
When using the extension to inject at.js while in QA Mode, you must have another Chrome tab open. This Chrome tab must be authenticated to the same Adobe Experience Cloud organization in which you created the activity.
The following messages help keep you informed:
If you try using the new extension and then go back to the old extension and Target fails to load your website, clear all browser data and disable the new extension.