Description of Scrutiny 9.5.1
Scrutiny 9.5.1 is a suite of web optimization tools including link checking, SEO checks, Sitemap generation, page load speed test, html validation. Version 9 is a major update and includes these new features.
XML sitemap generation, optionally include images / PDF pages
Insecure / mixed content reporting
Page-load speed test
Spelling and grammar checking
Scans sites requiring authentication
Search your site (source or visible text) obtain a list of pages containing a search term or not containing a search term
Website monitoring of as many URL’s as you like with a choice of alerts and logging
Scheduling made easy with a few easy clicks
On finish, send an email, save a report, open a file or AppleScript, FTP the sitemap XML, and other actions
Opens and scans a list of links in HTML, CSV, plain text format, or XML sitemap
Ability to test anchors. You can switch the option on using a new checkbox on Integrity’s first tab.
This will cause urls like /index.html#top and /index.html#bottom to be reported as separate links (resulting in more data) and tested separately. (more cpu and time for crawl)
If a link url has a #fragment then Integrity will report the server response code as before (coloured red if status is bad). The anchor has no bearing on this. However, if the status is good, then Integrity makes a further check to see whether a name or id can be found on the target page matching the link fragment. If not, this is added to the link’s warnings, and the link will be marked orange
You can view the details of the warning in the Link Inspector
Note that the anchor check is case-sensitive. Officially anchors are case-sensitive. Some browsers may treat anchors as case-insensitive, but this doesn’t mean that all browsers will and it doesn’t mean that it’s right.
Note that you can’t ‘ignore querystrings’ and also test the anchors, since the anchor fragment comes after the querystring.
The filter button contains a new item ‘Warnings’ which shows only links with warnings, this will include links with anchors where the anchor (a name or an id) can’t be found on the page
As far as the filter button is concerned, ‘Warnings’ doesn’t include redirects, even though they’re both coloured orange in the interface and the Link Inspector Warnings tab does include warnings. The Filter button allows you to separate them
The filter button option ‘Redirects’ will still show redirects, even if you’ve chosen ‘do not report redirects’ in Preferences.
Typing a ‘#’ into the search field will show links which contain a #fragment.
Warnings (which have been reported in the link inspector since v9.0) now cause the link to be coloured orange in the views. As some people like to work towards a clean set of results and may not consider the warnings important, the colouring of warnings can be switched off in Preferences >Links >Warnings. The ‘Warnings’ filter will still work when colouring of warnings is switched off in Preferences.
Option for all-links.csv (optionally saved automatically at the end of the scan) to be based on the links flat view rather than the collapsed ‘by link’ view. Using this option may result in a very large file for larger sites but it is a more comprehensive csv than the default option.
Garbage urls caused by a url containing a comma, or a dаta: image within an srcset.
Garbage urls caused by certain jаvascript code.
Bug that’s unlikely to have been noticed. If a url redirects and the redirect url has a # fragment, traditionally the rule is that those fragments are just trimmed. But they weren’t being trimmed for redirect urls. That is now fixed, but of course the new preference to not ignore anchors is respected.
Warnings not being saved / reloaded after application is closed, reopened and ‘show data’ button used.
Insecure warnings not visible in table if user clicks ‘no’ when prompted to view insecure content at the end of the scan but later.
Compatibility: OS X 10.8 or later
Screenshots of Scrutiny 9.5.1
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