Inventory websites and find out how many subdomains, pages, images, documents, videos, audio, and files are within a website or online application. Search, sort, and filter inventory information based on inventory type, status, and location. After finding exactly what you are looking for, you can export lists for quick relief from content headaches. Each page on the sitemap will also display the corresponding inventory information per page.
Cataloging the entire contents of a website can be daunting and inaccurate if you are doing this manually with a spreadsheet. Itemize each subdomain, page, image, document, video, audio, and file that is within a website or online application.
Inventory public or private websites and online applications using basic authentication, cms authentication, or by using our custom system login feature for custom forms.
All of the content inventory assets can be filtered by content type by selecting the Type drop-down to choose from pages, images, documents, videos, and files.
All of the content inventory assets can be filtered by HTTP status code by selecting the Status drop-down to choose from ok, bad links, redirects, and unknown errors.
All of the content inventory assets can be filtered by location by selecting the Location drop-down to choose from internal or external to view assets contained locally or from an external domain.
Search the entire content inventory using the provided search box and functionality. Search by any asset's public or private URL to find exactly what you are looking for.
Search by page title to find any public or private page contained in your content inventory and find URL details, internal linking details, and variations of the searched page.
Search the content inventory for pages within a subdirectory or subdomain by using the search bar to enter the base URL of the subdirectory or subdomain to see corresponding assets.
Export each and every occurrence (internal linking) of a content inventory asset to CSV for easy import into Microsoft Excel or any other spreadsheet program.
CSV (comma-separated values) is a simple file format that is ideal for the transfer of a large amount of data and can be easily imported into spreadsheet programs like Microsoft Excel.
Each CSV export is saved with time and date stamp to your content inventory export section so you can access this later and have a backup in case you need to review again.