Understanding the importance of on-page SEO, we have released a few handy features that joined dozens of checkups we already provide in the OnPage API.
broken_html - indicates the broken parts and issues in the HTML page based on the high number of tags inside a specific tag, DOM tree elements, and DOM depth.
render_blocking_scripts_count - indicates a number of scripts on the pages that block page rendering by a browser.
render_blocking_stylesheets_count - indicates a number of CSS styles on the page that block page rendering by a browser.
Secondly, along with already available checkups in the
checksarray, we added the following fields across all mentioned endpoints:
indicates whether the page has links to unsecure pages with HTTP protocol.
indicates whether the page has HTML
indicates if the page is larger than 3 megabytes.
indicates the presence of meta charset tag that sets character encoding for this page.
indicates whether the page has the<meta http-equiv=”refresh”> tag that instructs a browser to load another page after a specified time span.
indicates whether the page has render-blocking scripts or stylesheets.
indicates whether we reached a given page after at least two redirects.
indicates if the page has no internal links pointing to it.
indicates if the page has a mix of both followed and nofollowed incoming internal links.
indicates whether the page links to other pages with redirects.
indicates if the page has the rel=”canonical” tag to a page that in turn has the canonical link elsewhere.
indicates whether the page has the rel=”canonical” tag to a page that redirects elsewhere.
indicates whether the page has a canonical link to a page that responds with 4xx or 5xx status codes.
Want to learn more?
Check out the documentation.
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