Only a few days have passed since our final article of the successful “OnPage’s Eleven“ blog series. Well, our team at OnPage.org did not stop at that. We are happy to announce another new feature of our software: The Focus Bookmarklet.
This article explains how you can add the new bookmarklet and also points out the various benefits that this new function has for your workflow.
The bookmarklet function is part of the popular OnPage.org Focus Module. OnPage.org Focus is known for its quick analyses, detailed results, and unlimited customization options for website analyses.
With this new feature, the module now allows for even faster and more independent analyses.
Figure 1: OnPage.org Focus Module
In OnPage.org Focus, you can retrieve and analyze individual URLs within seconds. Focus does not leave anything to chance. Below is a short list of some of the information you receive when analyzing a URL in Focus:
Indexability of the website
Website’s meta data
Content of the website
Performance of the website
Focus relies on the actual analysis data of the URL to show warnings and instructions for the analyzed website. This helps identify and correct errors on your website.
Figure 2: Errors and warnings based on the analysis of a URL in Focus
Besides analyzing URLs on your own website, you can also inspect URLs from external domains in order to keep track of both your own pages and those of your competitors.
The analysis of URLs in Focus is particularly advantageous if you want to review recent changes or inspect new landing pages. More information on the OnPage.org Focus Module can be found in our super tutorial.
In order to simplify your workflow on OnPage.org V3 even further, the Focus request is now available as a handy bookmarklet for your browser. This enables you to analyze URLs much faster.
It’s this simple:
Navigate to the Focus Module. You will find the Focus Bookmarklet below the recent requests. Drag the bookmarklet to the bookmarks bar of your browser to save it as a favorite.
Figure 3: Focus Bookmarklet in the Focus Module
If the website you want to test in the Focus Module is open in your browser, simply click on the Focus Bookmarklet in the bookmarks bar. The URL will be analyzed directly in the OnPage.org Focus Module, opening up in a new tab.
Reviewing changes made on a page is now possible with just one click.
The new bookmarklet function benefits your everyday workflow. You can now analyze and optimize URLs with just a single click in your browser.
Published on 04/06/2016 by Katharina Bscheider.
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Until 2016, Katharina was everyone's personal Ryte USP - with her friendly attitude and good spirits, she was the superwoman of the Product Management Team. In this role, she helped to optimize the Ryte modules.
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