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View and analyze site audit pages
View and analyze site audit pages

We discuss how to analyze page-level tests and results.

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Written by John Sexon
Updated over a week ago

Site Auditor is available as a paid add-on in accounts created before November 2023. For more information please reach out to our friendly support team.

While the site auditor provides you the ability to review your audit results on a test level, it also allows you to drill down to the individual page level to get granular stats for each of your clients' website pages.

To analyze your page level stats, you will first need to complete your first site audit.

Once the audit is finished, simply click on the Pages tab at the top of the audit results page to see all the pages that were crawled during the audit. You can then navigate to the table at the bottom of this section and click on any website page to be taken to the Page Details section.

Page Details > Tests Section

This is Page Details' main section and its arrangement is very similar to the site auditor dashboard. Let's check out the different sections of the layout.

  1. The Page Dropdown - This shows the page we are currently viewing. You can also navigate to a different page to review by clicking the dropdown.

  2. Visit Page button - Clicking this button will load the "live" version of the page on a new browser tab.

  3. The Re-Test Page button - This allows you to re-crawl just this page. Useful in scenarios to check if the recommended fix worked, or if you just want to reduce your account's audit page usage.

  4. The Page's Stats - You will see information such as the page grade, how many errors or warnings it was flagged for, and more.

  5. The Test Table - Lists the other tests this page has gone through. Clicking on a test name will load more information via a slide-out panel.

Page Details > Inlinks Section

This section will list all the "inlinks" whose URL(s) point to the page you are reviewing. You will also see other link attributes such as the anchor text, if it is a dofollow or a nofollow link, and the link type.

Clicking on a link will open the page in a new browser tab.

Page Details > Outlinks Section

This page will show your "outlinks" or links to other pages or websites. One new attribute that you will notice here is the status column, the codes you see here refer to HTTP status codes.

Clicking on a link will open the page in a new browser tab.

Page Details > Images Section

This section will list the images found on the page and their relevant information such as alt text, HTTP status code, and image size. This section is very helpful when reviewing for missing alt tags.

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