Crawler View and Schema View

Konigle websites can now view published pages in crawler view and schema view.

Crawler View and Schema View

Crawler View

Crawler view offers a glimpse into how search engine crawlers like Googlebot "see" your website. It presents the website's content and structure from the crawler's perspective, highlighting elements like indexable content, links, and technical aspects like HTML headings, robot.txt directives, and potential SEO issues.

Use cases

  1. Make use of crawler view to identify and fix on-page SEO issues, analyze site architecture, and track crawl paths.
  2. Ensure your content is easily discoverable by search engines and accessible to crawlers.
  3. Understand how search engines crawl and index your website content to form content marketing strategies.

We understand that the crawler view is a valuable tool for anyone who wants to understand how search engines interact with their website and make informed decisions to improve search engine visibility, technical performance, and user experience.

Schema View

A website's "schema view" is a way of understanding the semantic structure and meaning behind the content. It focuses on the data and relationships between various elements, rather than just the page layout or visual presentation.

Use Cases

  1. Use schema markup to optimise websites for search engines and enhance search visibility.
  2. Tag content with relevant schema types to ensure search engines understand its meaning and context.
  3. Benefit from richer search results and more relevant information displayed due to schema implementation.

With Konigle, the schema view feature allows users to manually add JSON-LD data to a page which helps search engines better understand the content of the page.