Our last version was released on 22nd December, 2017.
To update, just download and run hextrakt-setup.exe. Your previous crawl projects will be preserved.
- You can now apply a hash function on any HTML element (see "Custom Data") in order to detect specific duplicated content. Previously, this was possible on the HTML body only.
- The process startup speed has been improved.
- Field-by-field comparison between two crawl reports
- Mobile user-agent
- Custom data : scrap HTML data using CSS, XPath or regular expression
- Automatic breadcrumb extraction
- New indicators about redirects
- New indicators about AMP pages
- New indicators in the "Overview / URLs" menu.
- A new menu "On Page / HTTPS" is showing the HTTP/HTTPS mixed contents
- The projects page has been improved and now lists the crawl reports
- The "Google SERP impressions" column is now shown by default in the "Indexation" reports
- New report "Images / Images missing alt attribute" to find all the image tags missing an alt attribute
- A ".csv" extension is now added by default to the export file name
- The CSV file format has been optimized for a better compatibility with Google Sheets
- Columns "Url" and "Nature" are now the first ones in the "bulk" export file, to make the file easier to read
- New report "Linking issues / Broken links (source and target)" to find all the broken links quickly and export them to Excel
- The "Active page" chart may now show the distribution in percentage
- CPU optimization in order to analyze big HTML pages faster
- New indicators about network errors can be found in the "Performance / Error codes" menu
- List of the URLs which have a "DNS resolution failed" error
- List of the URLs which have a "Connection failed" error
- List of the URLs which have a "Request timeout" error
- Upload a list of URLs to crawl
- Bulk export of all URL data
- New "not like" operator in User Custom Filter
- Clickable "inlinks / outlinks" columns, in order to go directly to the corresponding tab in the URL detail browser
- Logarithmic scale for charts
- Relative distribution in percents
- "Find URL" search field above the URL grid
- Extract the HTML body id attribute in order to categorize URLs.