Things to be careful about

Limiting the scope

The main thing to be careful about is limiting the code length to a maximum of 8192 characters.
This limitation relates to each of the 4 sections: Header, Footer, Completed order and Robots.txt.

If you exceed the limit, your modifications will not be saved.

Inserting code files

If you want to insert a longer code, you must upload the code file via the FTP client and link to that part of the codes.

You must use an FTP client that can work with a secure SFTP protocol. We recommend using WinSCP or FileZilla clients.

First, you need to create a connection in administration, in Settings → Hosting → FTP menu.

General instructions

File encoding

When editing a file for uploading and linking, make sure that you have set up UTF-8 encoding in your editor. This will prevent the Czech characters from becoming displayed as �.

Inserting file

The link to a file with longer code can be as follows, in JavaScript: <script src="/user/documents/modification.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

Or in case of CSS, as follows: <link href="/user/documents/style.css" rel="stylesheet" />

Forcing the current version of a file

By adding ?v=CISLO_VERZE behind the file path, you can force the current file to load. For example for the fourth version of the current JavaScript, you can write the link as follows:

<script src="/user/documents/modification.js?v4" type="text/javascript"></script>

When debugging a new CSS or JavaScript, you can use the DEBUG_TIMESTAMP placeholder to force the current file to load each time you refresh the page:

<script src="/user/documents/modification.js?v=#DEBUG_TIMESTAMP#"></script>

In order for DEBUG_TIMESTAMP to function, it is necessary to create a cookie debugTimestamp. At the console, enter:

shoptet.cookie.create('debugTimestamp', 1, {days: 1});

XHR requests

Be extremely careful if you are using XHR requests (not only) to our web servers in your scripts. Always check Network -> XHR in browsers console to ensure that XHR requests are not unnecessarily duplicated or multiplicated.