Unable to load my site in optimizely
I am unable to laod my website in optimizely, It givens me the following error "Sorry, but we were unable to load yoursite.com" I have already disabled FF setting to allow to load all content
Please let me know how can i go Forward.
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is the Optimizely snippet installed on your site?
Can you maybe share the url of your site so we can try to load it?
Same issue. I'm getting the error
Sorry, but we were unable to load beyondblue.org.au
Yet i've been successfully running experiments on that page across the site.
I am using Chrome. Any suggestion?
Is this affecting all of your experiments? The reason I ask is that when I checked your account, I was able to load several of your experiments without trouble. There was a recent issue with a bug in Chrome, which you can read more about here: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=333308. However, as of April 14th, it seems to be resolved.
When pages are fussy about loading in the editor, there are three common causes in my experience:
1. You need to enable mixed content in order for the page to load correctly
2. Since the editor loads your page in an iFrame, if your X-FRAME-OPTIONS are set to SAMEORIGIN, you will need to whitelist Optimizely before pages will load correctly in the editor
3. For pages that require session-specific information to load, try opening the page in an adjacent tab outside of Optimizely and taking whichever steps are needed to get to the page you're trying to load. Now refresh the Optimizely editor and hopefully the page should load.
Lots more information about these three issues can be found at https://help.optimizely.com/hc/en-us/articles/200179074-Loading-mixed-content-gated-content-and-iFra...
Just let me know if I can help further!
You're right, unfortunately there is no good way to enable iframe embedding selectively via the X-FRAME-OPTIONS header within the current browser landscape. The best option for now is to configure your server to not include this header for specific users. We've seen customers that exclude their own office IP range or based on cookies / specific user agent strings.
We're hoping that the situation will change of the next months as support for ALLOW-FROM will start for Google Chrome, Firefox and Safari, but for now, this is the only option.
I realize this thread is old, but in case it helps anyone else stumbling across it, this chrome plugin
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ignore-x-frame-headers/gleekbfjekiniecknbkamfmkohkpodhe?hl... allows you to bypass the X-FRAME-OPTIONS header without having to change anything server-side.