Friday, September 21, 2007

New Site Analysis Report Structure

We have revised the organization and presentation of the site analysis reports -- nearly twenty of them -- to make them easier to use and easier to manipulate. Here is the description of the new Site Analysis Report Selection page.

eValid site analysis users will also appreciate a rework of the material that describes the setup of the eValid spidering process by using the eValid Site Analysis Settings page.

During the spidering process, eValid applies "filters" to each page that is downloaded, and these are set up as described in the eValid Filters Setup page.

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