The Page Source report contains 5 sections:
- Score: Global page source score. Higher being better, it represents an overall mark of how your page looks like, relative to the page source. The weights of the sections that are composing the overall score as are follows:
- Score breakdown: This is the place where you can check the issues that are affecting your score.
Overall information about your page source:
- Full page screenshot: Clicking the thumbnail will open an overlay with the full page screenshot.
- Document language: The HTML lang attribute is used to identify the actual language of text content on a web page.
- Title: The number of characters in title. It is recommended to have 30-60 chars.
- Description: The number of characters present in the description. It is recommended to have 50-160 chars.
- DOM Size: Number of nodes found on your page. It is recommended to have under 1400.
- HTML elements: Number of distinct HTML elements. An average web page uses 32 different HTML elements according to Advanced Web Ranking's HTML study.
- Indexability: the number of issues that prevent the search engines from properly crawling and indexing your pages.
- Mixed Content: Refers to a page where the initial HTML content is loaded over a secure HTTPS connection, but the other resources are then loaded into the page over an insecure HTTP connection.
- Canonical URL: The canonical URL element helps you prevent duplicate content issues in SEO by specifying the "canonical" or "preferred" version of a web page.
- Links: Number of total and broken links. The links are also represented by a chart that counts the external, internal and follow relations.
- Keywords: The number of total keywords found and the most frequent used with the percent number relative to the all content in page.
- Resources: Size and load time with the 4 most met resources types.
- Grammar: The number of grammar issues.
- HTML validation: Number of issues split by errors and warnings.
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- Title and Description: includes the favicon and the title with the errors found and counter of characters and words. You can filter by internal/external, unique or broken and search for a specific link. If you feel like you want to track in time one URL, simply use the plus button to monitor it.
- Indexability: a list of issues that prevent the search engines from properly crawling and indexing your pages.
- Headings: the h1–h6 elements represent six levels of section headings, with h1 being the highest section level and h6 the lowest.
- Structured data: The standard format for providing information about the page and classifying its content.
- Links: includes internal and external links, broken links, and unique links found within your page. You can filter by internal/external, unique or broken and search for a specific link. If you feel like you want to track in time one URL, simply use the plus button to monitor it.
- Keywords: a table with possible keywords with the columns of counts found in Title, URL, Meta, Content, a density column and a relevance score represented in colored stars. You can search a for keywords, sort by clicking on columns and export the tabel in a .csv file.
- Grammar Check: a list of issues found with a detailed section for the selected issue.
- Request Map: The map of all of requests on the page helps you detect any anomalies when it comes to the page's total size and loading time. Two possible views are available, the waterfall view shows timeline information, while the chart view will display dimensional data based on time or size.
- HTML Validation: Checks the markup validity of a web page and can help you catch unintended mistakes you might have otherwise missed.
- Technologies: Contains a list of frameworks, libraries and other web tools that we found while analyzing the web page, via Wappalyzer.
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