February 01, 2024·
3 mins read
Now that you have the extension installed, let’s see how you can use it.
You can open the extension by clicking on the extension icon. You can pin the extension to the chrome browser toolbar from the chrome options so that it’s always visible to you.
The extension doesn’t auto open by default as you navigate through the internet. If you want it to be open always you can use the pin option in the extension to do so. This allows you to check meta tags of any web page without you having to click the extension every single time you navigate to a different site or a page.
To close the extension you can click on the extension icon again or click on the
X icon in the extension itself.
In this tab, you can check the issues with your on-page SEO along with the severity of the issue.
In this tab, you can checkout the meta, OG and twitter attributes of the current page you are in.
In the elements tab you can check the details about the headers used in the page. It gives the count of the number of times each of the header tags are used. It also shows the header hierarchy.
In the Images tab you can see the count of total images, images without ALT and the decorative images. You can also check the image url’s and their alt text if it exists.
In this tab you can get the count of Internal, external, unique and No follow links. You can also check the individual internal & external links.
Currently this tab, shows schema markup information of the current page if it exists.
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