Webpage Spider View Tool







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About Webpage Spider View Tool

Basically, all search engine spiders function on the same principle – they crawl the Web and index pages, which are stored in a database, and later use various algorithms to determine page ranking, relevancy, etc of the collected pages.

While the algorithms for calculating ranking and relevancy widely differ among search engines, the way they index sites are more or less uniform and it is very important that you know what spiders are interested in and what they neglect.

Generally, a spider bot can index only the text content of the webpage.

But a webpage may contain lots of images, flash objects, videos, and content generated by client-side scripts (like JavaScript), All these types of content are not indexable by most search engine bots.

This Webpage Spider View Tool simulates a Search Engine by displaying the pure text content of a webpage highlighting keywords.