Response Code Checker



 

Where can I check invalid response codes of my website pages?

In the Response Code Checker section you can find the redirects and invalid response codes of your web-server to give you a possibility to fix those issues and prevent possible ranking drop.
 

What does the every type of response code mean?

  • 3xx pages – redirects

  • 4xx pages – broken links

  • 5xx pages – server errors

 

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 check the dynamics of changes in the number of pages with 3xx, 4xx, 5xx response code the selected period ?

You can see it on the chart which shows the exact number of 4xx, 5xx invalid response codes or redirects for the selected date range. Hover your mouse on any point of the chart to see an overall quantity of the specific response code for particular date of the chosen period. You can use on/off function on the left of the chart to hide the parameters you don’t want to be displayed.


 

How can I see information for a specific type of response code (for ex. 4xx) instead of all of them ?

For this purpose you should use a data filtration in the table.
To see the data related to the exact response code you can filter the table under the chart by clicking the error type icon you are interested in.

Let’s take an icon of 4xx response code as an example. After clicking the icon, in the table you will see a list of all pages with 4xx response code and the number of pages that refer to each invalid one. If you click the loupe icon next to page URL, you’ll go to the Analyzer section. To view what the pages that refer are, click the small arrow next to the URL of invalid page.


 

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

There are additional parameters for the table that are hidden:

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

  2. Response Code. HTTP status code of the page.

  3. Links to page. Number of referencing pages.

  4. Canonical page.

  5. 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.

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

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

  8. Have a doctype.

  9. Have lorem ipsum.

  10. SSL used.

  11. WWW used.

  12. Waiting time.

If you can’t find some of needed parameters in the table, you can open the Column chooser and pick 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 that possible to export data to 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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