Writing code without immediate resolution can be hard. Here is a code snippet, which you can use to test your Page Function's code directly in your browser's console. Just copy & paste your Page Function's code and label of matching URL you are visiting now.

This code is only for debugging your Page Function for a particular page. It does not crawl the website and the output is not saved anywhere.

First, you need to inject jQuery's code:

var jq = document.createElement('script');
jq.src = "https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.2.2/jquery.min.js";
document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0].appendChild(jq);

Then you can insert your Page Function with Mockup code:

function pageFunction(context) {
  /*
    this is your pageFunction
  */
}pageFunction ({
  request: {
    label: '', // label of actual url
    url: window.location.href
  },
  willFinishLater: function () {console.log('(willFinishLater)', arguments)},
  finish: function () {console.log('(finish)', arguments)},
  enqueuePage: function () {console.log('(enqueuePage)', arguments)},
  skipOutput: function () {console.log('(skipOutput)', arguments)},
  skipLinks: function () {console.log('(skipLinks)', arguments)},
  jQuery: $
});

Happy debugging!

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