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I am trying to understand what happens if at.js fails?
My front-end team does not want to put the at.js in the HTML head tag because they are not sure what will happen if the at.js call fails. Will this result in a blank page on the user browser?
How does Adobe Target handle this scenario?
Thank you for replying back.
Assuming that it is a "blocking script" what is the timeout that you have set to get the response back from the Adobe server?
Also, when you say that the default code will be rendered do you mean it will be rendered by Target or will it be rendered by the Front-end code on the website?