- Load the website in a browser window, outside Adobe Target and append the parameters mboxEdit=1 and mboxDisable=1 to the URL
- If the website retains these parameters and renders successfully, then it can be edited in the VEC
- If the website truncates either one or both of these parameters, the parent URL cannot be edited in the VEC
- If there is point 3, you must need to whitelist these parameters on their website. This can be done by the website Developers/Admins.
This scenario usually occurs in case of Single page Applications. Target adds two parameters (mboxEdit=1 and mboxDisable=1) while opening the website in the Visual Experience Composer. These Parameters are necessary to load a page in visual composer, as they trigger the Target-VEC.js and Target-VEC-helper.js to be loaded in the VEC. These JS libraries are responsible to author the website in the VEC.