Content



 

Where can I check the information about my website’s content?

The content section defines duplicate content, the relevance of meta tags content and canonical tag information. It’s very important to take this data into consideration because the website’s content largely impacts its rankings. For example, duplicate content causes difficulties for search engines to decide which version is more relevant to a given search query. Meta Tags should be relevant to the site’s content because they can help users to find your website. Without Canonical Tag site suffers rankings and traffic losses and engines suffer lowered relevancy. So, a Content section will definitely provide you with precious information that you can use to improve your website’s rankings.
 

How can I set up the period of time for which the data will be shown?

By default, system shows data for the past month, but if you want to get information for another period – you can change the initial and end dates as you want.


 

How can I find out the exact number of pages with some problem for a certain day of the selected period?

Use the chart to view the exact number of errors related to a particular type for any desired date. You can switch on/off the displaying of any error type to facilitate the perception of information.


 

What do all these icons mean ?


There are error types of icons under the chart. Here is the list of error types for the Content section:

  • Duplicate pages. Shows number of pages with similar or identical content. The pages are considered as duplicated if they have 90% of the same words. Even if the words are set in the different order the pages will be considered as duplicated. The content of such tags as script, style, a, noscript, select, button, embed, frames is not considered. Also, the content of the body tag is considered while scanning. If it is not opened in the document, then there won’t be any content analyzed.

  • Irrelevant Title. Shows number of pages with a Title tag which is irrelevant to page content. Means that less than 30% of words from Title tag are present in the page content.

  • Irrelevant meta Keywords. Shows number of pages with meta Keywords which are irrelevant to page content. Means that less than 60% of words from the Keywords meta tag are present in the page content.

  • Irrelevant meta Description. Shows number of pages with meta Description which is irrelevant to page content. Means that less than 20% of words from meta Description tag are present in the page content.

  • Broken links. Shows number of pages which have broken links.

  • Invalid page size. Shows number of pages which size is less than 1024 bytes or more than 500 kbytes.

  • Invalid content size. Shows number of pages which plain text size is less than 1024 bytes or more than 500 kbytes.

  • Invalid content rate. Shows number of pages which plaintext rate value (plaintext size/page size) is less than 0.1 or more than 0.9.

  • Spelling mistakes. Shows all the pages which have spelling mistakes in the content. All the words which are considered as mistakes by Site Auditor, but you want to exclude them from the list, can be added to the “Exceptions” and they won’t be considered as the mistakes while the next scanning. Please note that you should set the “exceptions” for each of your projects separately. Also, you can disable the Spell Checking mode using the Site Auditor settings.

  • Pages with lorem ipsum. Shows the number of pages which have lorem ipsum.

If you click on a certain icon, the list of pages with that error will appear in the table below. If you want to go back to the standard view of the table without filters – click on “Clear filter” button.


 

How to check a broken link?

If you want to check the broken links, you should apply the “Pages with broken links” filter to the table. Then click on the loupe next to a number of broken links on the certain page. To open the page click icon .
 

Is there a way to check the detailed information about every page that has problems with content?

The table below shows very detailed information about every page of your website that has some issues with content.

First column “Page” contains a full list of scanned pages. If you click on this icon next to some page, you’ll open this page in another tab. If you click on the loupe , the page will be opened in Top Analyzer product.

Every page is scanned according to the number of parameters.
 

What if I can’t find the needed parameter in the table?

If you can’t find some of the needed parameters in the table, you can open the Column chooser and pick the necessary columns to the table. There you can find lots of parameters.

  1. Page. The landing page of the website that is analyzed.

  2. Title length. The number of characters in the Title meta tags.

  3. H1 count. The number of h1 tags on the page. Click the loupe icon to view all h1 tags.

  4. H2 count. The number of h2 tags on the page. Click the loupe icon to view all h2 tags.

  5. H3 count. The number of h3 tags on the page. Click the loupe icon to view all h3 tags.

  6. Outlinks. The number of external links from a page (subdomain of the website is not an external link). Click the loupe icon to view the full list.

  7. Inlinks. The number of internal links on a page.

  8. Readability index. By default, the text readability index displays the value by Flesch algorithm. Click the loupe icon to see the values for other algorithms.

  9. Broken links. The number of broken links on the page.

  10. Meta description. The content of meta Description tag.

  11. Meta description length. The number of characters in the meta Description tag.

  12. Flash test. The presence or absence of flash elements on a page.

  13. Frameset test. The presence or absence of iframe elements on a page.

  14. Canonical. The parameter of rel=canonical value.

  15. Depth. The distance from the main page. 0 – main page; 1 – pages or links that are located on the homepage, etc.

  16. Page size. The size of the loaded page in bytes.

  17. Plaintext size. The size of clear text on a page.

  18. Load time. Full-page load time in milliseconds. Please note that this is a contingent parameter because the location of our servers and the location of your website affect the loading speed.

  19. Waiting time.

  20. Relevance of meta keywords. The parameter checks whether the content of meta Keywords tag is relevant to page’s content.

  21. Relevance of description. The parameter checks whether the content of meta Description tag is relevant to page’s content.

  22. Duplicate meta tags. The parameter detects duplication of Meta tags.

  23. Duplicate title tags. The parameter detects duplication of Title tags.

  24. Have a doctype.

  25. Have lorem ipsum.

  26. SSL used.

  27. WWW used.

  28. Meta keywords. Shows the exact meta Keywords for a particular website page.

  29. SEO-friendly URL. The parameter defines SEO-friendliness of URLs on a website.

  30. Relevance of title. The parameter checks whether the content of Title tag is relevant to the page’s content.

  31. Page language. Language of a page.

  32. Have encoding meta tag. Shows a type of a page compression (None, Gzip or Deflate).

  33. Canonical page. Page that contains rel=”canonical”.

  34. Spelling check. Shows if a page passed spelling check.

After you checked all information and wanted to reset the table to its default state, just click the appropriate button.



 

Is that possible to export data to Exсel file?

If you want to get all the filtered and sorted data in a separate Excel file, then you should click the Export data button. All the information that you have chosen will be copied to the file.



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