What errors will Site Auditor find on my website?

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In total, Site Auditor collects data on seven different areas for your website. You can see an overview of errors on the Summary section, which includes its own corresponding tabs, as well as a graphic display of where your errors are most prominent. Those areas are as follows:

Site Auditor Sections

Visibility Errors dealing with the ability for your website to be accessed by search engine robots.
Meta Errors dealing with the meta data that is used to inform robots and users about the content of your page.
Content Errors dealing with the actual written content on your pages, including duplicate content and low word counts.
Links Errors dealing with your links, specifically about whether or not you're using the nofollow attribute and if any links are dead on your pages.
Images Errors dealing with broken links and links missing attributes that enhance usability on your website.
Semantics Errors dealing with the heading structure of your page. You should only have one H1 heading per page, with successive headings in order from there.
Desktop Page Speed How long it takes for your individual pages to load on a desktop or laptop, with metrics on actual load time and Google Page Speed scores included.
Mobile Page Speed How long it takes for your individual pages to load on a smartphone, tablet or mobile device, with metrics on actual load time and Google Page Speed scores included. This also includes useful information on mobile best practices, separate from load times.
Crawl Comparison Comparisons between the last crawl and a previous crawl.


More information on each specific error can be found in the Summary section, which displays errors and descriptions for each error.

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