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View Page Details

In this video, you’ll learn how to navigate from the Monsido Dashboard to view page details for a single webpage.

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Video Transcript

Monsido has tools to help you monitor your site’s quality and verify compliance with accessibility and university web standards. From Monsido you can see a high level view of your site or drill down to a specific page or piece of content. Follow these steps to access page details.

To get started, from the Monsido Dashboard, or from a particular module’s dashboard, select a link. In this example, we are selecting the broken link affecting most content from the Important Notifications area.

A new window opens with a table of all pages associated with the particular issue. In this case, there is one webpage that has the broken link.

If there are multiple pages in this table, you can select the Filter button to filter the list, or if you want to view your data in a spreadsheet, you can select the Export button. The search field also lets you search for keywords, phrases, or links within the table.

Within the table you’ll see a column for Title. This is the title of the webpage and includes the hyperlink and a link to go to the page directly. The Priority column displays a priority assigned by Monsido and is either Low, Medium, or High. High priority pages have multiple issues on that particular page.

The Views column provides a snapshot of how many times a particular page has been viewed. Last, there are buttons to open page details or inspect page with browser extension.

To access the page details either select the page title from the Title column or the Open Page Details button. From the page details you can access all the information available in Monsido for this particular page. The Page Dashboard provides a snapshot view of all the issues and content for the page. You can access the policies, quality assurance, accessibility, SEO, inventory, and performance modules.

To access the page within WordPress to resolve an issue, you have the following options: the page URL takes you directly to the WordPress page in your browser. The CMS button takes you to the WordPress Edit page; you may be prompted to login to your WordPress site if you select this option.
The Inspect page with Browser Extension takes you to the WordPress page in the browser and if you have the browser extension installed, you can access the page details within your browser from that extension; you may be prompted to login to the browser extension.

If you make any changes to the page, you can select the Recheck this Page button to request that Monsido rescan and update the page details.

To exit the page details, simply close the window.

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