Re: new beta with duplicate page content detection
- On Sun, 17 Apr 2011 14:08:04 -0000, Steve B wrote:
>Tilman,No. First because Link Sleuth doesn't have a full HTML parser, second
>Have you given any thought to a spell checker?
because I have no experience with spell checking. Plus, spell checking
should be done in the HTML authoring software. Unlike links, language
doesn't "rot", so it stays correct after being checked once.
As long as I have my day job, I don't have the time for "big"
improvements. I might still do some small improvements, however. (And
no, this won't include filters or multi selection) I might do some
small SEO related improvements, although Xenu isn't a SEO tool.
- Today I've expanded that subsection so that duplicate titles and
descriptions are also listed. Again, the results are amazing, especially
if your modus operandi is to copy existing pages and then forget to
change title and/or description.
The feature will not work on existing scans done with a version from
before April 17.
On Sun, 17 Apr 2011 13:08:42 +0200, Tilman Hausherr wrote:
>Today I've added a subsection to the report (at the end of the
>"management" section) that detects duplicate page content. It will only
>work on new scans, not on saved existing scans. The results are
>interesting even if you don't do SEO.
>On Sat, 16 Apr 2011 15:18:14 +0200, Tilman Hausherr wrote:
>>I've uploaded a new beta that has the keywords column. It took me less
>>time to add it than to constantly answer requests explaining that it is
>>Although Xenu isn't a SEO tool, I wonder if I should add something that
>>does statistical evaluation of the description column. What is needed?
>>Duplicates? Long content? Empty content? Or...?
>>PS: the .XEN archive format has changed, i.e. if you save with this beta
>>you can't open it with an older version.