The “Blocked Requests” data table provides a complete list of requests that returned non 200 status code or had a timeout. This is an important indicator for analysis because if requests are not loaded, Googlebot and users may see only part of the content on the page, or some functionality may not work. Analyzing this data can help identify and fix issues that prevent your website from loading correctly.
The “Raw Requests” data table provides complete information about all requests, including the pages where they were found, resource type, domain, status code, load time, and more. This table is useful for analyzing all requests in a special way and generating the kind of report you need for your SEO insights.
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