However, manually testing each page using the Mobile Friendly Test is time-consuming. And if you have a website with thousands of pages, this is not possible at all. Using JetOctopus, you can check all pages and find JS errors in bulk.
Using JetOctopus, you can easily find all pages that have JS errors and you can get a list of all errors. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you navigate the process.
Allow some time for the crawl to complete. JetOctopus is renowned for its speed, ensuring prompt results. However, the duration may vary depending on factors such as the number of pages and crawler settings.
3. As a result, you’ll be presented with a list of JS errors and the corresponding number of pages affected by each error. Focus on analyzing the most common mistakes.
By clicking on the error count you will lead you to a data table with detailed results.
Within the data table, you can conduct a comprehensive analysis of all pages experiencing issues. To prioritize your efforts, pay particular attention to indexable pages. You can conveniently identify them using the built-in segment feature.
4. Export the results in a format that suits your preferences. For instance, you can export the data to Data Studio (Looker), allowing you to compare page dynamics alongside JS errors in a convenient format.
To ensure proactive monitoring of pages with JS errors, JetOctopus offers the capability to set up alerts. This feature enables you to promptly detect and resolve any issues that may arise.
By following this process and leveraging the powerful features of JetOctopus, you can efficiently identify and address JS errors on your website, ultimately enhancing its performance and search engine rankings.