Path Exclusions
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Written by Sam S
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What are Path Exclusions?

If there are pages or folders that aren’t important or relevant to your site, you can exclude them from the report. For example, if you are intentionally disallowing a folder and its content in your robots.txt file, then you may want the Site Auditor to completely ignore those pages from its analysis report.

If you add a path exclusion and then want to remove it (so it will be analyzed), simply remove it from the path exclusion list and it will be added back to your report.

Examples of Path Exclusions

A path exclusion can be a folder, a folder and everything below its path or an individual file.

  • File: /folder/file.html

  • Folder: /folder or /folder/

  • Folder with everything below its path: /folder/*

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