Once you're in the Clickx Dashboard, you will see a "Site Audit" icon similar to the figure below. It is important to run an audit report on your website to see how your website is performing overall, and to find consistency throughout all your web pages. Once clicked upon, you will be prompted to run the Audit, which will take a few seconds.
The screenshot below demonstrates how a report should look like after the site audit is ran. The audit categorizes the scan by Issues, Page Breakdowns, and changes.
The breakdown of your website goes deeper as you scroll along the report. The graph labeled "Web Crawl Depth" is a representation of your unique pages, duplicate pages, non-indexable pages, failed URLS, etc. which measures reachability from your home page. In this case, Unique pages that are highlighted in green, can be easily reached from the home page, but over time it has gone down. The chart also represents failed URLs going down on reachability, which would usually cause for 404 redirects to be mapped out and sent back to a regular page on the site.
Depending on the date, the "Pages Breakdown Trend" graph marks down pages that are trending upwards. For example, the scan that was run on Oct. 25th shows Primary pages, duplicate pages, non-indexable pages and failed URLs that have trended upward or downward from the Oct. 12th date. As you could expect, the Primary web pages for this site are the ones trending upward, marked in green. The failed URL's trending downward are marked in red, due to functionality issues one may encounter.
issues found during the Audit will be shown on the left section of the screen
as demonstrated in the first screenshot. The issues reported will include fixable problems like; broken links, Max Title Lengths, Duplicate Titles,
etc. You can click on, "See All Issues" to view all the issues listed or click on an individual issue to view its data from the site audit.
When you want to see all the site audit issues as a list, click on "See All Issues" to view all of the problems shown in the screenshot below. The diagram reflects upon the issues reported on the site audit. In the example below, the site's content has some issues. The report shows that 10 pages have insufficient amount of content. Adding more content could generate more traffic on these pages.
Click on an individual issue to see the problems. For example, if your click on "Short Descriptions”, the page links will appear to show you which ones have short descriptions.
Click on the Max Title Lengths to see which errors are editable/fixable. Use the arrows on the right side to expand the listed issue to view more information. This issue will report where the URL was found, detect which tag is too long, the description, the counts of H1s and more. Every issue can be downloaded as a .CSV spreadsheet at the top right corner straight from our Dashboard.
- Crawled URLs
This demonstrates all the URLs that went threw the crawl and demonstrated in Pie Chart format.
This chart shows how many URLs were crawled as Primary Pages, Duplicate Pages, Paginated 2+ Pages, Non-Indexable Pages, Non-200 Status Codes, & Failed URL’s, which appear as separate sections in the Dashboard. Click on or Scroll over sections in the pie chart for more information about each crawled URL.
- Uncrawled URLs
The Uncrawled URLs will appear on the far right section of your site audit report. Click on it to download a spreadsheet that will hold all the information. Your Non-HTML URLs will show which URL they were found at. The screenshot below shows that a Malformed URL has something wrong within the URL.
- Non-Indexable Pages
Non-200 Status Codes
The Non-Status Codes appears in the Page Breakdown section in the main Site Audit dashboard page. This block demonstrates 4xx Errors, 301 Redirects, Meta Refresh, and 5xx. Click on one to view the details.
Universal Crawl URL Breakdown
The lower corner of the Site Audit Dashboard will show both Universal Crawl URL Breakdown and Universal Crawl Gaps. The Universal Crawl URL Breakdown will consist of Web Crawl URLs and Organic Landing Pages.
Once clicked upon, the page will look like this:
- Universal Crawl Page Gaps (rename to HTTP pages?)
When you click on "HTTP Page," you'll be redirected to a page that lists all the HTTP pages that ran in the site audit.
When you click on "See All Changes," you'll be redirected to a screen that lists all the changes that were made for parts of a site audit.