The Content section defines duplicate content, relevance of meta tags content and canonical tag information. Use the chart to view the exact number of errors related to particular type for any desired date. You can switch on/off the displaying of any error type to facilitate the perception of information.
View detailed information by clicking any error type icon placed 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.
Irrelevant Title. Shows number of pages with a Title tag which is irrelevant to a page content. Means that less than 30% of words from Title tag are present in page content.
Irrelevant meta Keywords. Shows number of pages with meta Keywords which are irrelevant to a page content. Means that less than 60% of words from Keywords meta tag are present in page content.
Irrelevant meta Description. Shows number of pages with meta Description which is irrelevant to a page content. Means that less than 20% of words from meta Description tag are present in 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 content 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.
Furthermore, there are Additional parameters. By default, some of them are already set in the section table and others are hidden. To manage table columns use the "Column Chooser" button. Also, in the table you can see the date when the last scan of your website pages was occurred.
Using the Analyzer icon next to a page URL you can see more information about the current page.
Use the Site Auditor settings section to modify the parameters of your website scanning by our crawler.