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Website analyzer feature suggestions
« on: May 10, 2013, 05:59:09 AM »
Please post new feature suggestions you have here :)
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Website analyzer feature suggestions
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2014, 07:22:58 AM »
Hi i have purchased the a1 sitemap analyzer product and it is really worth.
I would like to get a custom string form the crawled url's by applying some regex it will be really helpful if you add this feature in website analyzer.

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Re: Website analyzer feature suggestions
« Reply #2 on: June 03, 2014, 08:53:43 AM »
The feature has been added to version 5.1.0 update #4, now available for download :)

http://www.microsystools.com/products/website-analyzer/

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Re: Website analyzer feature suggestions
« Reply #3 on: June 03, 2014, 09:00:54 AM »
This what i wanted...
Thanks for the update  :) :)

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Re: Website analyzer feature suggestions
« Reply #4 on: October 04, 2014, 06:15:55 AM »
From a user who emailed this suggestions:

Regarding spell checking:

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What is really needed is a way of handling the collection of the entire website's misspelled words in one view. Each found misspelled word should be added to a list that contains not only the word, but also a list of pages that have the word (as links to go to that page, however still be able to handle the add to dictionary function without leaving the view of the entire list). That list should have two columns of checkboxes; one next to each word, and also a checkbox for each page that word was found on. The logic for two columns of checkboxes is that one is for the "common custom" dictionary and the other is for the "project custom" dictionary. The checkbox for each page the word was found on allows that word to be ignored on that
page only. If that word has been added to the common custom dictionary or project custom dictionary (would happen only in the same session), then  the user should be notified and the word removed from the dictionary that is higher up.

When adding words to the common custom or to the project custom dictionary, there will be cases where a range of the displayed words will be chosen to be added.  There should be a way for the user to select an entire range of words (left click  to select first, press shift key before left clicking to select the last word in a list, and of course, allow Ctrl + click to toggle an item off or on). Once a range is selected, the user could chose which custom dictionary the words should be added to. An un-select would be nice to get back to the standard view.

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There is also the case of whether you are recognizing words that end up being displayed as a single word,
however due to CSS formatting, you are identifying them as different words. Here is an an example. Consider the CSS:
.uline {   text-decoration: underline; }
and now a usage: <span class="uline">C</span>ontact us.

The user sees "Contact us" but your program sees the sequence "ontact" as a misspelled word.
The same can occur for any letter of a word formatted this way (Con<span class="uline">t</span>act us).

Regarding text size:

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I don't want the Microsoft Windows feature of enlarging  everything such as the title bar of an application or its menus,
but the displayed content data does become very important. As I get older and my eyesight gets worse, regardless of getting
stronger glasses, I still have difficulty viewing smaller text characters in data. As a programmer, I have been a code
editor collector of many. One feature that always prevents me from recommending an editor is its lack of allowing the
user to set the size of text. I hope you will add a size of data viewed feature at some point. Ctrl+ and Ctrl- has
been a common method of allowing the user to have control over size viewed.

Regarding rearrangement of column data:

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I attempted to move the columns of data by clicking and dragging the column header. For example, the left side of the display can have several columns,
however the user may only be interested in the columns in different levels of importance. I wanted to move the list of misspelled count to the
left but retain the other columns though most of the time being hidden. I soon learned that does not work.
« Last Edit: October 05, 2014, 05:34:11 PM by Webhelpforums »
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Re: Website analyzer feature suggestions
« Reply #5 on: June 15, 2016, 01:54:33 PM »
From a user who emailed this suggestions:

Regarding spell checking:

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option to export all the misspelled words
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