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by james7 1 replies
I want to find out how many pages are there in my site. How many flash, images (jpg and png separately count). How many pages having same title and description. Also I want to check broken links, w3c error pages. To find out all these things which tool I used. Anyone knows then please help me.
#search engine optimization #info #site
  • Profile picture of the author shayman
    You could first type this into google search
    site://www.yourwebsite.com

    No spaces, exactly that. It will tell you what pages Google has indexed for you. It may not be exact because you may have no index pages but would be a start.
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