eValid -- Automated Web Quality Solution
Browser-Based, Client-Side, Functional Testing & Validation,
Load & Performance Tuning, Page Timing, Website Analysis,
and Rich Internet Application Monitoring.
These settings affect which URLs to include in the search.
Here are explanations for the options shown above.
- Search for All Links. If you choose this option eValid will look at pages with ALL EXTENSIONS and use all BROWSER PROTOCOLS.
- Search with Limitations. If you choose this option, eValid will search according to both the set of Extensions/Query types you select and also by the Protocols that you select. (See product documentation for a complete explanation of this option.)
- Limit by Extension/Query (select and /or edit). You can select files to include in your Site Analysis by specifying their extension and/or by specifying $NAME=VALUE pairs. (See product documentation for a complete explanation of this option.)
- Limit by Protocols (select and/or edit). You can select the specific protocols you wish to include. The default BROWSER PROTOCOLS instructs eValid to use all available protocols. (See product documentatiion for a complete explanation of this option.)
- Visit Off-site Links.
If you choose this option then eValid
will visit any pages that are linked from a page
within the search that don't match the Domain(s) you have specified.
- Exclude URLs.
You can choose to exlude URLs by specifying a string or a set of strings an instance of
which in a particular URL will instruct eValid not to scan that link.
Such URLs are marked as "blocked" in the eValid reports.
You can choose from pre-configured Exclude URLs Files, or you can create your
own Exclude URLs File and save it.
- Exclude URLs File. This file gives you a place where you can specify the strings that you want eValid to not visit. the exclusions are done based on whether a string you specify is found anywhere in the page URL. (See product documentation for a complete explanation of this option.)
- Case Sensitive. Check this if the excluded strings are case-sensitive.