Page Parameters



 

Where can I check my website’s pages characteristics?

For this purpose, you should go to the Page Parameters section. It provides you with comprehensive information about the website’s pages characteristics.
 

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 track the dynamics of changes in the number of scanned pages for the selected period?

The chart displays values of the specific parameters for the selected date range. Hover your mouse on any point of the chart to view data related to the particular date of the selected period. For more convenient data display you can switch on/off any of the parameters.


 

Which parameters do pages characteristics include ?


  • Recursive canonical. Shows number of pages which recursively refer to each other. For example, you have two pages: page1.html and page2.html. When page2.html has <link rel=”canonical” href=”page1.html” /> and page1.html has <link rel=”canonical” href=”page2.html” /> Google is confused which one of these two pages should be indexed. In this case, Google prefers not to index both pages.

  • Non-canonical pages. Shows the number of non-canonical pages.

  • Not SEO-friendly URL. Shows the number of URLs which are not SEO-friendly. The SEO-friendliness of a page URL is checked by four parameters. If at least one of them is failed than such URL is considered as Not SEO-friendly.

    1. Length of the relative path is less than 120 symbols. It checks the relative path of URL. The length of up to 120 characters is recommended by search engines.

    2. No special characters. It checks if the URL has any special characters. Admissible chars are a-z (lower- and uppercase), 0-9.

    3. No dynamic parameters. It checks if the URL has any dynamic parameters.

    4. The relevance of URL to the page. It checks if URL is relevant to meta keywords or title (less than 20% of words from URL are present in meta keywords or title).

  • Pages with flash. Shows number of pages with flash elements.

  • Pages with frame. Shows number of pages with frame elements.

  • Too high load time. Shows number of pages which load time is more than 3 sec.

  • Too high waiting time. Shows the number of pages which waiting time is more than 1.5 sec. Waiting time it’s a time spent waiting for the initial response, also known as the Time To First Byte.

  • Disabled compression. Shows number of pages with disabled gzip compression.

  • Deprecated HTML tags. Shows number of pages with deprecated HTML tags.

 

How can I check information for a specific parameter (for ex. Not SEO-friendly URL)?

To view, detailed information related to any of the parameters click the desired icon placed under the chart. Examine data in the table to be aware of possible ways to improve your pages’ characteristics.


 

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

There are a lot of parameters in this section which are hidden in Column Chooser.

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

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

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

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

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

  • 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.

  • Meta description. The content of Meta Description tag.

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

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

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

  • Canonical. The parameter of rel=canonical value.

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

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

  • 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.

  • Waiting time.

  • Have a doctype.

  • Have lorem ipsum.

  • SSL used.

  • WWW used.

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

  • Page language. Language of a page.

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

  • Canonical page. The page that contains rel=”canonical”.

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

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.

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


 

Is it possible to export data to the Excel 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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