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Filters and customizable thresholds at DataForSEO OnPage API


OnPage API supports plenty of customizable crawling parameters that allow you to adapt the extraction of website data to your requirements and modify the thresholds for various performance indicators.
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Here you will find all the necessary information about filters and thresholds that can be used with DataForSEO OnPage API endpoints.

Note that filters and thresholds are associated with a certain object in the result array, and thus should be specified accordingly.

Filters
Thresholds

Filters


You will receive the full list of filters by calling this API. You can also download the full list of possible filters by this link.

The list of available filtration parameters:

{
  "version": "0.1.20210917",
  "status_code": 20000,
  "status_message": "Ok.",
  "time": "0.0702 sec.",
  "cost": 0,
  "tasks_count": 1,
  "tasks_error": 0,
  "tasks": [
    {
      "id": "10011504-1535-0330-0000-8f04b1f2c937",
      "status_code": 20000,
      "status_message": "Ok.",
      "time": "0 sec.",
      "cost": 0,
      "result_count": 1,
      "path": [
        "v3",
        "on_page",
        "available_filters"
      ],
      "data": {
        "api": "on_page",
        "function": "available_filters"
      },
      "result": [
        {
          "resources": {
            "resource_type": "str",
            "meta.alternative_text": "str",
            "meta.title": "str",
            "meta.original_width": "num",
            "meta.original_height": "num",
            "meta.width": "num",
            "meta.height": "num",
            "status_code": "num",
            "location": "str",
            "url": "str",
            "size": "num",
            "encoded_size": "num",
            "total_transfer_size": "num",
            "fetch_time": "time",
            "fetch_timing.duration_time": "num",
            "fetch_timing.fetch_start": "num",
            "fetch_timing.fetch_end": "num",
            "cache_control.cachable": "bool",
            "cache_control.ttl": "num",
            "checks.no_content_encoding": "bool",
            "checks.high_loading_time": "bool",
            "checks.is_redirect": "bool",
            "checks.is_4xx_code": "bool",
            "checks.is_5xx_code": "bool",
            "checks.is_broken": "bool",
            "checks.is_www": "bool",
            "checks.is_https": "bool",
            "checks.is_http": "bool",
            "checks.is_minified": "bool",
            "checks.has_redirect": "bool",
            "checks.has_subrequests": "bool",
            "content_encoding": "str",
            "media_type": "str",
            "accept_type": "str",
            "server": "str"
          },
          "pages": {
            "resource_type": "str",
            "meta.title": "str",
            "meta.charset": "num",
            "meta.follow": "bool",
            "meta.generator": "str",
            "meta.description": "str",
            "meta.favicon": "str",
            "meta.meta_keywords": "str",
            "meta.canonical": "str",
            "meta.internal_links_count": "num",
            "meta.external_links_count": "num",
            "meta.inbound_links_count": "num",
            "meta.images_count": "num",
            "meta.images_size": "num",
            "meta.scripts_count": "num",
            "meta.scripts_size": "num",
            "meta.stylesheets_count": "num",
            "meta.stylesheets_size": "num",
            "meta.title_length": "num",
            "meta.description_length": "num",
            "meta.render_blocking_scripts_count": "num",
            "meta.render_blocking_stylesheets_count": "num",
            "meta.cumulative_layout_shift": "num",
            "meta.content.plain_text_size": "num",
            "meta.content.plain_text_rate": "num",
            "meta.content.plain_text_word_count": "num",
            "meta.content.automated_readability_index": "num",
            "meta.content.coleman_liau_readability_index": "num",
            "meta.content.dale_chall_readability_index": "num",
            "meta.content.flesch_kincaid_readability_index": "num",
            "meta.content.smog_readability_index": "num",
            "meta.content.description_to_content_consistency": "num",
            "meta.content.title_to_content_consistency": "num",
            "meta.content.meta_keywords_to_content_consistency": "num",
            "meta.spell": "str",
            "meta.duplicate_meta_tags": "array.str",
            "page_timing.time_to_interactive": "num",
            "page_timing.dom_complete": "num",
            "page_timing.largest_contentful_paint": "num",
            "page_timing.first_input_delay": "num",
            "page_timing.connection_time": "num",
            "page_timing.time_to_secure_connection": "num",
            "page_timing.request_sent_time": "num",
            "page_timing.waiting_time": "num",
            "page_timing.download_time": "num",
            "page_timing.duration_time": "num",
            "page_timing.fetch_start": "num",
            "page_timing.fetch_end": "num",
            "onpage_score": "num",
            "total_dom_size": "num",
            "broken_resources": "bool",
            "broken_links": "bool",
            "duplicate_title": "bool",
            "duplicate_description": "bool",
            "duplicate_content": "bool",
            "status_code": "num",
            "location": "str",
            "url": "str",
            "click_depth": "num",
            "size": "num",
            "encoded_size": "num",
            "total_transfer_size": "num",
            "fetch_time": "time",
            "cache_control.cachable": "bool",
            "cache_control.ttl": "num",
            "checks.no_content_encoding": "bool",
            "checks.high_loading_time": "bool",
            "checks.is_redirect": "bool",
            "checks.is_4xx_code": "bool",
            "checks.is_5xx_code": "bool",
            "checks.is_broken": "bool",
            "checks.is_www": "bool",
            "checks.is_https": "bool",
            "checks.is_http": "bool",
            "checks.high_waiting_time": "bool",
            "checks.no_doctype": "bool",
            "checks.canonical": "bool",
            "checks.no_encoding_meta_tag": "bool",
            "checks.no_h1_tag": "bool",
            "checks.https_to_http_links": "bool",
            "checks.has_html_doctype": "bool",
            "checks.size_greater_than_3mb": "bool",
            "checks.meta_charset_consistency": "bool",
            "checks.has_meta_refresh_redirect": "bool",
            "checks.has_render_blocking_resources": "bool",
            "checks.redirect_chain": "bool",
            "checks.recursive_canonical": "bool",
            "checks.low_content_rate": "bool",
            "checks.high_content_rate": "bool",
            "checks.low_character_count": "bool",
            "checks.high_character_count": "bool",
            "checks.small_page_size": "bool",
            "checks.large_page_size": "bool",
            "checks.low_readability_rate": "bool",
            "checks.irrelevant_description": "bool",
            "checks.irrelevant_title": "bool",
            "checks.irrelevant_meta_keywords": "bool",
            "checks.title_too_long": "bool",
            "checks.title_too_short": "bool",
            "checks.deprecated_html_tags": "bool",
            "checks.duplicate_meta_tags": "bool",
            "checks.duplicate_title_tag": "bool",
            "checks.has_misspelling": "bool",
            "checks.no_image_alt": "bool",
            "checks.no_image_title": "bool",
            "checks.no_description": "bool",
            "checks.no_title": "bool",
            "checks.no_favicon": "bool",
            "checks.seo_friendly_url": "bool",
            "checks.flash": "bool",
            "checks.frame": "bool",
            "checks.lorem_ipsum": "bool",
            "checks.seo_friendly_url_characters_check": "bool",
            "checks.seo_friendly_url_dynamic_check": "bool",
            "checks.seo_friendly_url_keywords_check": "bool",
            "checks.seo_friendly_url_relative_length_check": "bool",
            "checks.canonical_chain": "bool",
            "checks.canonical_to_redirect": "bool",
            "checks.canonical_to_broken": "bool",
            "checks.has_links_to_redirects": "bool",
            "checks.is_orphan_page": "bool",
            "checks.is_link_relation_conflict": "bool",
            "content_encoding": "str",
            "media_type": "str",
            "server": "str",
            "is_resource": "bool"
          },
          "non_indexable": {
            "reason": "str",
            "url": "str"
          },
          "links": {
            "type": "str",
            "domain_from": "str",
            "domain_to": "str",
            "page_from": "str",
            "page_to": "str",
            "link_from": "str",
            "link_to": "str",
            "dofollow": "bool",
            "page_from_scheme": "str",
            "page_to_scheme": "str",
            "direction": "str",
            "is_broken": "bool",
            "text": "str",
            "image_alt": "str",
            "image_src": "str",
            "is_link_relation_conflict": "bool",
            "link_attribute": "array"
          },
          "pages_by_resource": {
            "resource_type": "str",
            "meta.title": "str",
            "meta.charset": "num",
            "meta.follow": "bool",
            "meta.generator": "str",
            "meta.description": "str",
            "meta.favicon": "str",
            "meta.meta_keywords": "str",
            "meta.canonical": "str",
            "meta.internal_links_count": "num",
            "meta.external_links_count": "num",
            "meta.inbound_links_count": "num",
            "meta.images_count": "num",
            "meta.images_size": "num",
            "meta.scripts_count": "num",
            "meta.scripts_size": "num",
            "meta.stylesheets_count": "num",
            "meta.stylesheets_size": "num",
            "meta.title_length": "num",
            "meta.description_length": "num",
            "meta.render_blocking_scripts_count": "num",
            "meta.render_blocking_stylesheets_count": "num",
            "meta.cumulative_layout_shift": "num",
            "meta.content.plain_text_size": "num",
            "meta.content.plain_text_rate": "num",
            "meta.content.plain_text_word_count": "num",
            "meta.content.automated_readability_index": "num",
            "meta.content.coleman_liau_readability_index": "num",
            "meta.content.dale_chall_readability_index": "num",
            "meta.content.flesch_kincaid_readability_index": "num",
            "meta.content.smog_readability_index": "num",
            "meta.content.description_to_content_consistency": "num",
            "meta.content.title_to_content_consistency": "num",
            "meta.content.meta_keywords_to_content_consistency": "num",
            "meta.spell": "str",
            "meta.duplicate_meta_tags": "array.str",
            "page_timing.time_to_interactive": "num",
            "page_timing.dom_complete": "num",
            "page_timing.largest_contentful_paint": "num",
            "page_timing.first_input_delay": "num",
            "page_timing.connection_time": "num",
            "page_timing.time_to_secure_connection": "num",
            "page_timing.request_sent_time": "num",
            "page_timing.waiting_time": "num",
            "page_timing.download_time": "num",
            "page_timing.duration_time": "num",
            "page_timing.fetch_start": "num",
            "page_timing.fetch_end": "num",
            "onpage_score": "num",
            "total_dom_size": "num",
            "broken_resources": "bool",
            "broken_links": "bool",
            "duplicate_title": "bool",
            "duplicate_description": "bool",
            "duplicate_content": "bool",
            "status_code": "num",
            "location": "str",
            "url": "str",
            "size": "num",
            "encoded_size": "num",
            "total_transfer_size": "num",
            "fetch_time": "time",
            "cache_control.cachable": "bool",
            "cache_control.ttl": "num",
            "checks.no_content_encoding": "bool",
            "checks.high_loading_time": "bool",
            "checks.is_redirect": "bool",
            "checks.is_4xx_code": "bool",
            "checks.is_5xx_code": "bool",
            "checks.is_broken": "bool",
            "checks.is_www": "bool",
            "checks.is_https": "bool",
            "checks.is_http": "bool",
            "checks.high_waiting_time": "bool",
            "checks.no_doctype": "bool",
            "checks.canonical": "bool",
            "checks.no_encoding_meta_tag": "bool",
            "checks.no_h1_tag": "bool",
            "checks.https_to_http_links": "bool",
            "checks.has_html_doctype": "bool",
            "checks.size_greater_than_3mb": "bool",
            "checks.meta_charset_consistency": "bool",
            "checks.has_meta_refresh_redirect": "bool",
            "checks.has_render_blocking_resources": "bool",
            "checks.redirect_chain": "bool",
            "checks.recursive_canonical": "bool",
            "checks.low_content_rate": "bool",
            "checks.high_content_rate": "bool",
            "checks.low_character_count": "bool",
            "checks.high_character_count": "bool",
            "checks.small_page_size": "bool",
            "checks.large_page_size": "bool",
            "checks.low_readability_rate": "bool",
            "checks.irrelevant_description": "bool",
            "checks.irrelevant_title": "bool",
            "checks.irrelevant_meta_keywords": "bool",
            "checks.title_too_long": "bool",
            "checks.title_too_short": "bool",
            "checks.deprecated_html_tags": "bool",
            "checks.duplicate_meta_tags": "bool",
            "checks.duplicate_title_tag": "bool",
            "checks.no_image_alt": "bool",
            "checks.no_image_title": "bool",
            "checks.no_description": "bool",
            "checks.no_title": "bool",
            "checks.no_favicon": "bool",
            "checks.seo_friendly_url": "bool",
            "checks.flash": "bool",
            "checks.frame": "bool",
            "checks.lorem_ipsum": "bool",
            "checks.seo_friendly_url_characters_check": "bool",
            "checks.seo_friendly_url_dynamic_check": "bool",
            "checks.seo_friendly_url_keywords_check": "bool",
            "checks.seo_friendly_url_relative_length_check": "bool",
            "checks.canonical_chain": "bool",
            "checks.canonical_to_redirect": "bool",
            "checks.canonical_to_broken": "bool",
            "checks.has_links_to_redirects": "bool",
            "checks.is_orphan_page": "bool",
            "checks.is_link_relation_conflict": "bool",
            "content_encoding": "str",
            "media_type": "str",
            "server": "str",
            "is_resource": "bool"
          },
          "redirect_chains": {
            "is_redirect_loop": "bool"
          },
          "keyword_density": {
            "keyword": "str",
            "frequency": "num",
            "density": "num"
          }
        }
      ]
    }
  ]
}

‌‌As a response of the API server, you will receive JSON-encoded data containing a tasks array with the information specific to the set tasks.

Field name Type Description
version string the current version of the API
status_code integer general status code
you can find the full list of the response codes here
status_message string general informational message
you can find the full list of general informational messages here
time string execution time, seconds
cost float total tasks cost, USD
tasks_count integer the number of tasks in the tasks array
tasks_error integer the number of tasks in the tasks array returned with an error
tasks array array of tasks
        id string task identifier
unique task identifier in our system in the UUID format
        status_code integer status code of the task
generated by DataForSEO; can be within the following range: 10000-60000
you can find the full list of the response codes here
        status_message string informational message of the task
you can find the full list of general informational messages here
        time string execution time, seconds
        cost float cost of the task, USD
        result_count integer number of elements in the result array
        path array URL path
        data array contains the parameters passed in the URL of the GET request
        result array array of results
contains the full list of available parameters that can be used for data filtration
the parameters are grouped by the endpoint they can be used with


Below you will find a detailed description of filters available in OnPage API endpoints. You can specify up to 8 filters by using the and, or logical operators between the conditions.

The table provides a list of parameters that can be used for data filtration in a certain endpoint, a well as operators supported with each parameter, and other relevant data.

The following operators are supported in OnPage API: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in, like, not_like.
Use the % operator with like and not_like to match any string of zero or more characters.
You can also filter the results by fields provided in the array by applying the has or has_notoperator to a filter field.

Example:
[["fetch_timing.duration_time",">",1],"and",[["total_transfer_size",">",100],"or",["checks.high_loading_time","=",true]],"and",["meta.duplicate_meta_tags","has","generator"]]

Description of the available filters:

Field name Type Description
filters available for the resources endpoint:
resource_type str type of the returned resource
possible types: script, image, stylesheet, broken
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": [["resource_type","like","image"],"and",["checks.is_broken","=","true"]]
meta.alternative_text str content of the image alt atribute
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": [["meta.alternative_text","=","logo"],"or",["meta.alternative_text","like","%trademark%"]]
meta.title str content of title atribute
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": [["meta.title","=","how to cook cake"],"or",["meta.title","like","%cake%"]]
meta.original_width num original image width in pixels
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": [["meta.original_width","in", [800,1024]],"and",["meta.original_height","in",[600,768]]]
meta.original_height num original image height in pixels
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": [["meta.original_width","<", "320"]],"and",["meta.original_height","<","240"]]
meta.width num image width in pixels
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": [["meta.width","in", [800,1024]],"and",["meta.height","in",[600,768]]]
meta.height num image height in pixels
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": [["meta.width","<", "320"]],"and",["meta.height","<","240"]]
status_code num status code of the page where a given resource is located
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["status_code","<>", "200"]
location num status code of the page where a given resource is located
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["status_code","<>", "200"]
url str resource URL
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": [url","like","%shop%"]
size num resource size
indicates the size of a given resource measured in bytes
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["size",">", "47000"]
encoded_size num resource size after encoding
indicates the size of the encoded resource measured in bytes
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in

"filters": ["size",">", "11000"]

total_transfer_size num compressed resource size
indicates the compressed size of a given resource in bytes
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["size",">", "11000"]
fetch_time time date and time when a resource was fetched
in the ISO 8601 format
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["fetch_time",">","2021-01-29 01:24:54"]
fetch_timing.duration_time num indicates how many milliseconds it took to fetch a resource
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["fetch_timing.duration_time",">","50"]
fetch_timing.fetch_start num the amount of milliseconds a browser needs to start downloading a resource
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["fetch_timing.fetch_start",">","20"]
fetch_timing.fetch_end num the amount of millisends the browser needs to complete downloading a resource
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["fetch_timing.fetch_end",">","50"]
cache_control.cachable bool indicates whether the resource is cacheable
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["cache_control.cachable","=","false"]
cache_control.ttl num time to live
the amount of time it takes for the browser to cache a resource; measured in milliseconds
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["cache_control.ttl",">","5"]
checks.no_content_encoding bool resource with no content encoding
indicates whether a page has no compression algorithm of the content
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_content_encoding","=","true"]
checks.high_loading_time bool resource with high loading time
indicates whether a resource loading time exceeds 3 seconds
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.high_loading_time","=","true"]
checks.is_redirect bool resource with redirects
indicates whether a page with a resource has 3XX redirects to other pages
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_redirect","=","true"]
checks.is_4xx_code bool resource with 4xx status codes
indicates whether a resource has 4xx response code
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_4xx_code","=","true"]
checks.is_5xx_code bool resource with 5xx status codes
indicates whether a resource has 5xx response code
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_5xx_code","=","true"]
checks.is_broken bool broken resource
indicates whether a page with this resource returns a 404 response code
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_broken","=","false"]
checks.is_www bool page with www
indicates whether a page with this resource is on a www subdomain
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_www","<>","true"]
checks.is_https bool page with the https protocol
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_https","<>","false"]
checks.is_http bool page with the http protocol
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_http","<>","false"]
checks.is_minified bool resource is minified
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_minified","<>","false"]
checks.has_redirect bool resource has a redirect
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.has_redirect","<>","false"]
checks.has_subrequests bool resource contains subrequests
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.has_subrequests","<>","false"]
content_encoding str type of encoding
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": ["content_encoding","<>","gzip"]
media_type str types of media used to display a resource
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["media_type","like","%javascript"]
accept_type str indicates the expected type of resource
for example, if "resource_type": "broken", accept_type will indicate the type of the broken resource
possible values:
any, none, image, sitemap, robots, script, stylesheet, redirect, html, text, other, font
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["accept_type","like","script"]
server str server version
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["server","not_like","Amazon%"]
filters available for the pages endpoint:
resource_type str type of the returned page
possible types: html, broken, redirect
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": ["resource_type","=","html"]
meta.title str page title
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": [["meta.title","like","%updates%"],"or",["meta.title","like","%news%"]]
meta.charset num code page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.charset","in","65000,65001"]
meta.follow bool indicates whether a page is indexable
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["meta.follow","=","true"]
meta.generator str meta tag generator
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": [["meta.generator","like","%Powered by%"]],"or",["meta.generator","like","%WordPress%"]]
meta.description str content of the description meta tag
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": ["meta.description","like","%Powered by%"]
meta.favicon str image height in pixels
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": ["meta.favicon","like","%cropped-Favicon_512-32x32.png"]
meta.meta_keywords str content of the keywords meta tag
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": ["meta.meta_keywords","<>","null"]
meta.canonical str canonical page
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": ["meta.canonical","like","https://dataforseo.com/apis%"]
meta.internal_links_count num number of internal links on the page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.internal_links_count",">=","10"]
meta.external_links_count num number of external links on the page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.external_links_count",">=","5"]
meta.inbound_links_count num number of internal links pointing at the page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.inbound_links_count",">=","5"]
meta.images_count num number of images on the page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.images_count",">=","1"]
meta.images_size num total size of images on the page measured in bytes
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.images_size","<=","1000"]
meta.scripts_count num number of scripts on the page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.scripts_count",">=","2"]
meta.scripts_size num total size of scripts on the page measured in bytes
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.scripts_size",">=","1000"]
meta.stylesheets_count num number of stylesheets on the page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.stylesheets_count",">=","1"]
meta.stylesheets_size num total size of stylesheets on the page measured in bytes
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.stylesheets_size",">=","1000"]
meta.title_length num length of the title tag in characters
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.title_length",">=","60"]
meta.description_length num length of the description tag in characters
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.description_length",">=","120"]
meta.render_blocking_scripts_count num number of scripts on the page that block page rendering
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.render_blocking_scripts_count",">=","1"]
meta.render_blocking_stylesheets_count num number of CSS styles on the page that block page rendering
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.render_blocking_stylesheets_count",">=","1"]
meta.cumulative_layout_shift num Core Web Vitals metric measuring the layout stability of a page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.cumulative_layout_shift",">=","0.25"]
meta.content.plain_text_size num total size of the text on the page measured in bytes
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.plain_text_size","<=","5000"]
meta.content.plain_text_rate num plaintext rate value
plain_text_size to size ratio
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.plain_text_rate",">","0.03"]
meta.content.plain_text_word_count num number of words on the page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.plain_text_word_count",">=","500"]
meta.content.automated_readability_index num Automated Readability Index
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.automated_readability_index","<=","10"]
meta.content.coleman_liau_readability_index num Coleman–Liau Index
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.coleman_liau_readability_index","<=","10"]
meta.content.dale_chall_readability_index num Dale–Chall Readability Index
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.dale_chall_readability_index","<=","10"]
meta.content.flesch_kincaid_readability_index num Flesch–Kincaid Readability Index
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.flesch_kincaid_readability_index","<=","10"]
meta.content.smog_readability_index num SMOG Readability Index
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.smog_readability_index","<=","10"]
meta.content.description_to_content_consistency num consistency of the meta description tag with the page content
measured from 0 to 1
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.description_to_content_consistency","<=","0.5"]
meta.content.title_to_content_consistency num consistency of the meta title tag with the page content
measured from 0 to 1
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.title_to_content_consistency","<=","0.7"]
meta.content.meta_keywords_to_content_consistency num consistency of meta keywordstag with the page content
measured from 0 to 1
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.meta_keywords_to_content_consistency","<>","0"]
meta.spell str spellcheck
spellcheck errors and suggestions
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": ["meta.spell","<>","null"]
meta.duplicate_meta_tags array.str duplicate meta tags
the following operators are supported: has
example:
"filters": ["meta.duplicate_meta_tags","has","generator"]
page_timing.time_to_interactive num Time To Interactive (TTI) metric
the time it takes until the user can interact with a page (in milliseconds)
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.time_to_interactive",">=","50"]
page_timing.dom_complete num time to load resources
the time it takes until the page and all of its subresources are downloaded (in milliseconds)
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.dom_complete",">=","50"]
page_timing.largest_contentful_paint num Core Web Vitals metric measuring how fast the largest above-the-fold content element is displayed
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.largest_contentful_paint",">=","2600"]
page_timing.first_input_delay num Core Web Vitals metric indicating the responsiveness of a page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.first_input_delay",">=","0.05"]
page_timing.connection_time num time to connect to a server
the time it takes until the connection with a server is established (in milliseconds)
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.connection_time",">=","50"]
page_timing.time_to_secure_connection num time to establish a secure connection
the time it takes until the secure connection with a server is established (in milliseconds)
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.time_to_secure_connection",">=","10"]
page_timing.request_sent_time num time to send a request to a server
the time it takes until the request to a server is sent (in milliseconds)
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.request_sent_time",">=","5"]
page_timing.waiting_time num time to first byte (TTFB) in milliseconds
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.waiting_time",">=","50"]
page_timing.download_time num time it takes for a browser to receive a response (in milliseconds)
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.download_time",">=","20"]
page_timing.duration_time num total time it takes until a browser receives a complete response from a server (in milliseconds)
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.duration_time",">=","40"]
page_timing.fetch_start num time to start downloading the HTML resource
the amount of time the browser needs to start downloading a page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.fetch_start",">=","50"]
page_timing.fetch_end num time to complete downloading the HTML resource
the amount of time the browser needs to complete downloading a page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.fetch_end",">=","100"]
onpage_score num shows how page is optimized on a 100-point scale
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["onpage_score",">=","50"]
total_dom_size num total DOM size of a page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["total_dom_size",">=","200000"]
broken_resources bool indicates whether a page contains broken resources
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["broken_resources","=","true"]
broken_links bool indicates whether a page contains broken links
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["broken_links","<>","false"]
duplicate_title bool indicates whether a page has duplicate title tags
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["broken_links","=","false"]
duplicate_description bool indicates whether a page has a duplicate description
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["duplicate_description","<>","true"]
duplicate_content bool indicates whether a page has duplicate content
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["duplicate_content","=","true"]
status_code num status code of the page where a given resource is located
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["status_code","<>", "200"]
location num status code of the page where a given resource is located
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["status_code","<>", "200"]
url str resource URL
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": [url","like","%shop%"]
click_depth num number of clicks it takes to get to the page
indicates the number of clicks from the homepage needed before landing at the target page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["click_depth",">", "4"]
size num resource size
indicates the size of a given resource measured in bytes
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["size",">", "47000"]
encoded_size num resource size after encoding
indicates the size of the encoded resource measured in bytes
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["encoded_size",">", "11000"]
total_transfer_size num compressed resource size
indicates the compressed size of a given resource in bytes
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["total_transfer_size",">", "11000"]
fetch_time time date and time when a resource was fetched
in the ISO 8601 format
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["fetch_time",">","2021-01-29 01:24:54"]
cache_control.cachable bool indicates whether the resource is cacheable
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["cache_control.cachable","=","false"]
cache_control.ttl num time to live
the amount of time it takes for the browser to cache a resource; measured in milliseconds
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["cache_control.ttl",">","5"]
checks.no_content_encoding bool resource with no content encoding
indicates whether a page has no compression algorithm of the content
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_content_encoding","=","true"]
checks.high_loading_time bool resource with high loading time
indicates whether a resource loading time exceeds 3 seconds
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.high_loading_time","=","true"]
checks.is_redirect bool resource with redirects
indicates whether a page with a resource has 3XX redirects to other pages
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_redirect","=","true"]
checks.is_4xx_code bool page with 4xx status codes
indicates whether a page has 4xx response code
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_4xx_code","=","true"]
checks.is_5xx_code bool page with 5xx status codes
indicates whether a page has 5xx response code
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_5xx_code","=","true"]
checks.is_broken bool broken resource
indicates whether a page with this resource returns a 404 response code
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_broken","=","false"]
checks.is_www bool page with www
indicates whether a page with this resource is on a www subdomain
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_www","<>","true"]
checks.is_https bool page with the https protocol
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_https","<>","false"]
checks.is_http bool page with the http protocol
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_http","<>","false"]
checks.high_waiting_time bool page with high waiting time
indicates whether a page waiting time (aka Time to First Byte) exceeds 1.5 seconds
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.high_waiting_time","=","true"]
checks.no_doctype bool page with no doctype
indicates whether a page is without the <!DOCTYPE HTML> declaration
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_doctype","=","true"]
checks.canonical bool page is canonical
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.canonical","=","false"]
checks.no_encoding_meta_tag bool page with no meta tag encoding
indicates whether a page is without Content-Type
informative only if the encoding is not explicit in the Content-Type header
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_encoding_meta_tag","=","true"]
checks.no_h1_tags bool page with empty or absent h1 tags
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_h1_tags","=","true"]
checks.https_to_http_links bool HTTPS page has links to HTTP pages
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.https_to_http_links","=","true"]
checks.has_html_doctype bool page with HTML doctype declaration
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.has_html_doctype","=","false"]
checks.size_greater_than_3mb bool page with size larger than 3 MB
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.size_greater_than_3mb","=","true"]
checks.meta_charset_consistency bool page with meta charset tag
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.meta_charset_consistency","=","true"]
checks.has_meta_refresh_redirect bool pages with meta refresh redirect
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.has_meta_refresh_redirect","=","true"]
checks.has_render_blocking_resources bool page with render-blocking resources
if true, the page has render-blocking scripts or stylesheets
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.has_render_blocking_resources","=","true"]
checks.redirect_chain bool page with multiple redirects
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.redirect_chain","=","true"]
checks.recursive_canonical bool recursive canonical error
true if the page contains rel="canonical" tag to another page, which in turn, refers back to the initial page
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.recursive_canonical","=","true"]
checks.low_content_rate bool page with low content rate
indicates whether a page has the plaintext size to page size ratio of less than 0.1
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.low_content_rate","=","true"]
checks.high_content_rate bool page with high content rate
indicates whether a page has the plaintext size to page size ratio of more than 0.9
available for canonical pages only
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.high_content_rate","=","true"]
checks.low_character_count bool indicates whether the page has less than 1024 characters
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.low_character_count","=","true"]
checks.high_character_count bool indicates whether the page has more than 256,000 characters
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.high_character_count","=","true"]
checks.small_page_size bool indicates whether a page is too small
the value will be true if a page size is smaller than 1024 bytes
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.small_page_size","=","true"]
checks.large_page_size bool indicates whether a page is too heavy
the value will be true if a page size exceeds 256 kbytes
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.large_page_size","=","true"]
checks.low_readability_rate bool page with a low readability rate
indicates whether a page is scored less than 15 points on the Flesch–Kincaid readability test
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.low_readability_rate","=","true"]
checks.irrelevant_description bool page with irrelevant description
indicates whether a page description tag is irrelevant to the content of a page
the relevance threshold is 0.2
available for canonical pages only
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.irrelevant_description","=","true"]
checks.irrelevant_title bool page with irrelevant title
indicates whether a page title tag is irrelevant to the content of the page
the relevance threshold is 0.3
available for canonical pages only
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.irrelevant_title","=","true"]
checks.irrelevant_meta_keywords bool page with irrelevant meta keywords
indicates whether a page keywords tags are irrelevant to the content of a page
the relevance threshold is 0.6
available for canonical pages only
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.irrelevant_meta_keywords","=","true"]
checks.title_too_long bool page with a long title
indicates whether the content of the title tag exceeds 65 characters
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.title_too_long","=","true"]
checks.title_too_short bool page with short titles
indicates whether the content of title tag is shorter than 30 characters
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.title_too_short","=","true"]
checks.deprecated_html_tags bool page with deprecated tags
indicates whether a page has deprecated HTML tags
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.deprecated_html_tags","=","true"]
checks.duplicate_meta_tags bool page with duplicate meta tags
indicates whether a page has more than one meta tag of the same type
available for canonical pages only
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.duplicate_meta_tags","=","true"]
checks.duplicate_title_tag bool page with more than one title tag
indicates whether a page has more than one title tag
available for canonical pages only
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.duplicate_title_tag","=","true"]
checks.no_image_alt bool images without alt tags
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_image_alt","=","true"]
checks.no_image_title bool images without title tags
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_image_title","=","true"]
checks.no_description bool pages with no description
indicates whether a page has an empty or absent description meta tag
available for canonical pages only
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_description","=","true"]
checks.no_title bool page with no title
indicates whether a page has an empty or absent title tag
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_title","=","true"]
checks.no_favicon bool page with no favicon
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_favicon","=","true"]
checks.seo_friendly_url bool page with seo-frienldy URL
the ‘SEO-friendliness’ of a page URL is checked by four parameters:
– the length of the relative path is less than 120 symbols
– no special characters
– no dynamic parameters
– relevance of the URL to the page
if at least one of them is failed then such URL is considered as not ‘SEO-friendly’
the data is available for canonical pages only
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.seo_friendly_url","=","true"]
checks.flash bool page with flash
indicates whether a page has flash elements
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.flash","=","true"]
checks.frame bool page with frames
indicates whether a page contains frame, iframe, frameset tags
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.frame","=","true"]
checks.lorem_ipsum bool page with lorem ipsum
indicates whether a page has lorem ipsum content
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.lorem_ipsum","=","true"]
checks.seo_friendly_url_characters_check bool URL characters check-up
indicates whether a page URL containing only uppercase and lowercase Latin characters, digits and dashes
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.seo_friendly_url_characters_check","=","false"]
checks.seo_friendly_url_dynamic_check bool URL dynamic check-up
the value will be true if a page has no dynamic parameters in the URL
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.seo_friendly_url_dynamic_check","=","false"]
checks.seo_friendly_url_keywords_check bool URL keyword check-up
indicates whether a page URL is consistent with the keywords meta tag
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.seo_friendly_url_keywords_check","=","false"]
checks.seo_friendly_url_relative_length_check bool URL length check-up
the value will be true if a page URL no longer than 120 characters
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.seo_friendly_url_relative_length_check","=","false"]
checks.canonical_chain bool pages with canonical pointing to a page that has a canonical pointing elsewhere
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.canonical_chain","=","true"]
checks.canonical_to_redirect bool canonical page pointing to a page that redirects elsewhere
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.canonical_to_redirect","=","true"]
checks.canonical_to_broken bool canonical link pointing to a broken page
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.canonical_to_broken","=","true"]
checks.has_links_to_redirects bool page is pointing to a page that redirect elsewhere
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.has_links_to_redirects","=","true"]
checks.is_orphan_page bool page with no internal links pointing to it
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_orphan_page","=","true"]
checks.is_link_relation_conflict bool mix of both followed and nofollowed incoming internal links
true if the page receives at least one link with the rel="nofollow" attribute and at least one dofollow link
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_link_relation_conflict","=","true"]
content_encoding str type of encoding
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": ["content_encoding","<>","gzip"]
media_type str types of media used to display a resource
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["media_type","like","%text%"]
server str server version
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["server","not_like","Amazon%"]
is_resource bool whether a page is a resource
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["is_resource","=","false"]
filters available for the non_indexable endpoint:
reason str the reason why the page is non-indexable
can take the following values: robots_txt, meta_tag, http_header, attribute, too_many_redirects
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["reason","=","robots_txt"]
url str url of the non-indexable page
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["url","like","%blog%"]
filters available for the links endpoint:
type str type of a link
can take the following values: anchor, image, link, canonical, meta, alternate
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":[["type","=","anchor"],"or",["type","=","link"]]
domain_from str referring domain
the link was found on this domain
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["domain_from","like","%dataforseo.com%"]
domain_to str referenced domain
the link is pointing to this domain
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["domain_to","like","%dataforseo.com%"]
page_from str referring page
relative URL of the page on which the link was found
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["page_from","like","dataforseo.com/blog%"]
page_to str referenced page
relative URL of the page to which the link is pointing
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["page_to","like","app.dataforseo.com%"]
link_from str referring page
absolute URL of the page on which the link was found
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["link_from","like","%dataforseo.com/blog%"]
link_to str referenced page
absolute URL of the page to which the link is pointing
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["link_to","like","%app.dataforseo.com%"]
link_attribute array link attribute added to external link
absolute URL of the page to which the link is pointing
indicates link attributes added to the link_to on the page_from
the following operators are supported: has
example:
"filters":["link_attribute","has","ugc"]
dofollow bool indicates whether the link is dofollow
if the value is true, the link doesn't have a rel="nofollow" attribute
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["dofollow","=","true"]
page_from_scheme str url scheme of the referring page
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["page_from_scheme","=","https"]
page_to_scheme str url scheme of the referenced page
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["page_to_scheme","=","nntp"]
direction str direction of the link
possible values: internal, external
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["direction","=","internal"]
filters available for the pages by resource endpoint:
resource_type str type of the returned page
possible types: html, broken
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": ["resource_type","=","html"]
meta.title str page title
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": [["meta.title","like","%updates%"],"or",["meta.title","like","%news%"]]
meta.charset num code page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.charset","in","65000,65001"]
meta.follow bool indicates whether a page is indexable
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["meta.follow","=","true"]
meta.generator str meta tag generator
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": [["meta.generator","like","%Powered by%"]],"or",["meta.generator","like","%WordPress%"]]
meta.description str content of the description meta tag
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": ["meta.description","like","%Powered by%"]
meta.favicon str image height in pixels
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": ["meta.favicon","like","%cropped-Favicon_512-32x32.png"]
meta.meta_keywords str content of the keywords meta tag
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": ["meta.meta_keywords","<>","null"]
meta.canonical str canonical page
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": ["meta.canonical","like","https://dataforseo.com/apis%"]
meta.internal_links_count num number of internal links on the page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.internal_links_count",">=","10"]
meta.external_links_count num number of external links on the page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.external_links_count",">=","5"]
meta.inbound_links_count num number of internal links pointing at the page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.inbound_links_count",">=","5"]
meta.images_count num number of images on the page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.images_count",">=","1"]
meta.images_size num total size of images on the page measured in bytes
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.images_size","<=","1000"]
meta.scripts_count num number of scripts on the page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.scripts_count",">=","2"]
meta.scripts_size num total size of scripts on the page measured in bytes
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.scripts_size",">=","1000"]
meta.stylesheets_count num number of stylesheets on the page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.stylesheets_count",">=","1"]
meta.stylesheets_size num total size of stylesheets on the page measured in bytes
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.stylesheets_size",">=","1000"]
meta.title_length num length of the title tag in characters
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.title_length",">=","60"]
meta.description_length num length of the description tag in characters
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.description_length",">=","120"]
meta.render_blocking_scripts_count num number of scripts on the page that block page rendering
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.render_blocking_scripts_count",">=","1"]
meta.render_blocking_stylesheets_count num number of CSS styles on the page that block page rendering
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.render_blocking_stylesheets_count",">=","1"]
meta.cumulative_layout_shift num Core Web Vitals metric measuring the layout stability of a page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.cumulative_layout_shift",">=","0.25"]
meta.content.plain_text_size num total size of the text on the page measured in bytes
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.plain_text_size","<=","5000"]
meta.content.plain_text_rate num plaintext rate value
plain_text_size to size ratio
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.plain_text_rate",">","0.03"]
meta.content.plain_text_word_count num number of words on the page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.plain_text_word_count",">=","500"]
meta.content.automated_readability_index num Automated Readability Index
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.automated_readability_index","<=","10"]
meta.content.coleman_liau_readability_index num Coleman–Liau Index
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.coleman_liau_readability_index","<=","10"]
meta.content.dale_chall_readability_index num Dale–Chall Readability Index
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.dale_chall_readability_index","<=","10"]
meta.content.flesch_kincaid_readability_index num Flesch–Kincaid Readability Index
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.flesch_kincaid_readability_index","<=","10"]
meta.content.smog_readability_index num SMOG Readability Index
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.smog_readability_index","<=","10"]
meta.content.description_to_content_consistency num consistency of the meta description tag with the page content
measured from 0 to 1
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.description_to_content_consistency","<=","0.5"]
meta.content.title_to_content_consistency num consistency of the meta title tag with the page content
measured from 0 to 1
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.title_to_content_consistency","<=","0.7"]
meta.content.meta_keywords_to_content_consistency num consistency of meta keywordstag with the page content
measured from 0 to 1
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["meta.content.meta_keywords_to_content_consistency","<>","0"]
meta.spell str spellcheck
spellcheck errors and suggestions
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": ["meta.spell","<>","null"]
meta.duplicate_meta_tags array.str duplicate meta tags
the following operators are supported: has
example:
"filters": ["meta.duplicate_meta_tags","has","generator"]
page_timing.time_to_interactive num Time To Interactive (TTI) metric
the time it takes until the user can interact with a page (in milliseconds)
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.time_to_interactive",">=","50"]
page_timing.dom_complete num time to load resources
the time it takes until the page and all of its subresources are downloaded (in milliseconds)
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.dom_complete",">=","50"]
page_timing.largest_contentful_paint num Core Web Vitals metric measuring how fast the largest above-the-fold content element is displayed
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.largest_contentful_paint",">=","2600"]
page_timing.first_input_delay num Core Web Vitals metric indicating the responsiveness of a page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.first_input_delay",">=","0.05"]
page_timing.connection_time num time to connect to a server
the time it takes until the connection with a server is established (in milliseconds)
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.connection_time",">=","50"]
page_timing.time_to_secure_connection num time to establish a secure connection
the time it takes until the secure connection with a server is established (in milliseconds)
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.time_to_secure_connection",">=","10"]
page_timing.request_sent_time num time to send a request to a server
the time it takes until the request to a server is sent (in milliseconds)
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.request_sent_time",">=","5"]
page_timing.waiting_time num time to first byte (TTFB) in milliseconds
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.waiting_time",">=","50"]
page_timing.download_time num time it takes for a browser to receive a response (in milliseconds)
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.download_time",">=","20"]
page_timing.duration_time num total time it takes until a browser receives a complete response from a server (in milliseconds)
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.duration_time",">=","40"]
page_timing.fetch_start num time to start downloading the HTML resource
the amount of time the browser needs to start downloading a page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.fetch_start",">=","50"]
page_timing.fetch_end num time to complete downloading the HTML resource
the amount of time the browser needs to complete downloading a page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["page_timing.fetch_end",">=","100"]
onpage_score num shows how page is optimized on a 100-point scale
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["onpage_score",">=","50"]
total_dom_size num total DOM size of a page
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["total_dom_size",">=","200000"]
broken_resources bool indicates whether a page contains broken resources
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["broken_resources","=","true"]
broken_links bool indicates whether a page contains broken links
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["broken_links","<>","false"]
duplicate_title bool indicates whether a page has duplicate title tags
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["broken_links","=","false"]
duplicate_description bool indicates whether a page has a duplicate description
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["duplicate_description","<>","true"]
duplicate_content bool indicates whether a page has duplicate content
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["duplicate_content","=","true"]
status_code num status code of the page where a given resource is located
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["status_code","<>", "200"]
location num status code of the page where a given resource is located
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["status_code","<>", "200"]
url str resource URL
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": [url","like","%shop%"]
size num resource size
indicates the size of a given resource measured in bytes
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["size",">", "47000"]
encoded_size num resource size after encoding
indicates the size of the encoded resource measured in bytes
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["encoded_size",">", "11000"]
total_transfer_size num compressed resource size
indicates the compressed size of a given resource in bytes
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["total_transfer_size",">", "11000"]
fetch_time time date and time when a resource was fetched
in the ISO 8601 format
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["fetch_time",">","2021-01-29 01:24:54"]
cache_control.cachable bool indicates whether the resource is cacheable
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["cache_control.cachable","=","false"]
cache_control.ttl num time to live
the amount of time it takes for the browser to cache a resource; measured in milliseconds
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["cache_control.ttl",">","5"]
checks.no_content_encoding bool resource with no content encoding
indicates whether a page has no compression algorithm of the content
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_content_encoding","=","true"]
checks.high_loading_time bool resource with high loading time
indicates whether a resource loading time exceeds 3 seconds
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.high_loading_time","=","true"]
checks.is_redirect bool resource with redirects
indicates whether a page with a resource has 3XX redirects to other pages
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_redirect","=","true"]
checks.is_4xx_code bool page with 4xx status codes
indicates whether a page has 4xx response code
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_4xx_code","=","true"]
checks.is_5xx_code bool page with 5xx status codes
indicates whether a page has 5xx response code
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_5xx_code","=","true"]
checks.is_broken bool broken resource
indicates whether a page with this resource returns a 404 response code
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_broken","=","false"]
checks.is_www bool page with www
indicates whether a page with this resource is on a www subdomain
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_www","<>","true"]
checks.is_https bool page with the https protocol
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_https","<>","false"]
checks.is_http bool page with the http protocol
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_http","<>","false"]
checks.high_waiting_time bool page with high waiting time
indicates whether a page waiting time (aka Time to First Byte) exceeds 1.5 seconds
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.high_waiting_time","=","true"]
checks.no_doctype bool page with no doctype
indicates whether a page is without the <!DOCTYPE HTML> declaration
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_doctype","=","true"]
checks.canonical bool page is canonical
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.canonical","=","false"]
checks.no_encoding_meta_tag bool page with no meta tag encoding
indicates whether a page is without Content-Type
informative only if the encoding is not explicit in the Content-Type header
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_encoding_meta_tag","=","true"]
checks.no_h1_tags bool page with empty or absent h1 tags
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_h1_tags","=","true"]
checks.https_to_http_links bool HTTPS page has links to HTTP pages
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.https_to_http_links","=","true"]
checks.has_html_doctype bool page with HTML doctype declaration
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.has_html_doctype","=","false"]
checks.size_greater_than_3mb bool page with size larger than 3 MB
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.size_greater_than_3mb","=","true"]
checks.meta_charset_consistency bool page with meta charset tag
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.meta_charset_consistency","=","true"]
checks.has_meta_refresh_redirect bool pages with meta refresh redirect
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.has_meta_refresh_redirect","=","true"]
checks.has_render_blocking_resources bool page with render-blocking resources
if true, the page has render-blocking scripts or stylesheets
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.has_render_blocking_resources","=","true"]
checks.redirect_chain bool page with multiple redirects
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.redirect_chain","=","true"]
checks.recursive_canonical bool recursive canonical error
true if the page contains rel="canonical" tag to another page, which in turn, refers back to the initial page
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.recursive_canonical","=","true"]
checks.low_content_rate bool page with low content rate
indicates whether a page has the plaintext size to page size ratio of less than 0.1
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.low_content_rate","=","true"]
checks.high_content_rate bool page with high content rate
indicates whether a page has the plaintext size to page size ratio of more than 0.9
available for canonical pages only
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.high_content_rate","=","true"]
checks.low_character_count bool indicates whether the page has less than 1024 characters
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.low_character_count","=","true"]
checks.high_character_count bool indicates whether the page has more than 256,000 characters
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.high_character_count","=","true"]
checks.small_page_size bool indicates whether a page is too small
the value will be true if a page size is smaller than 1024 bytes
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.small_page_size","=","true"]
checks.large_page_size bool indicates whether a page is too heavy
the value will be true if a page size exceeds 256 kbytes
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.large_page_size","=","true"]
checks.low_readability_rate bool page with a low readability rate
indicates whether a page is scored less than 15 points on the Flesch–Kincaid readability test
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.low_readability_rate","=","true"]
checks.irrelevant_description bool page with irrelevant description
indicates whether a page description tag is irrelevant to the content of a page
the relevance threshold is 0.2
available for canonical pages only
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.irrelevant_description","=","true"]
checks.irrelevant_title bool page with irrelevant title
indicates whether a page title tag is irrelevant to the content of the page
the relevance threshold is 0.3
available for canonical pages only
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.irrelevant_title","=","true"]
checks.irrelevant_meta_keywords bool page with irrelevant meta keywords
indicates whether a page keywords tags are irrelevant to the content of a page
the relevance threshold is 0.6
available for canonical pages only
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.irrelevant_meta_keywords","=","true"]
checks.title_too_long bool page with a long title
indicates whether the content of the title tag exceeds 65 characters
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.title_too_long","=","true"]
checks.title_too_short bool page with short titles
indicates whether the content of title tag is shorter than 30 characters
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.title_too_short","=","true"]
checks.deprecated_html_tags bool page with deprecated tags
indicates whether a page has deprecated HTML tags
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.deprecated_html_tags","=","true"]
checks.duplicate_meta_tags bool page with duplicate meta tags
indicates whether a page has more than one meta tag of the same type
available for canonical pages only
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.duplicate_meta_tags","=","true"]
checks.duplicate_title_tag bool page with more than one title tag
indicates whether a page has more than one title tag
available for canonical pages only
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.duplicate_title_tag","=","true"]
checks.no_image_alt bool images without alt tags
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_image_alt","=","true"]
checks.no_image_title bool images without title tags
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_image_title","=","true"]
checks.no_description bool pages with no description
indicates whether a page has an empty or absent description meta tag
available for canonical pages only
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_description","=","true"]
checks.no_title bool page with no title
indicates whether a page has an empty or absent title tag
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_title","=","true"]
checks.no_favicon bool page with no favicon
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.no_favicon","=","true"]
checks.seo_friendly_url bool page with seo-frienldy URL
the ‘SEO-friendliness’ of a page URL is checked by four parameters:
– the length of the relative path is less than 120 symbols
– no special characters
– no dynamic parameters
– relevance of the URL to the page
if at least one of them is failed then such URL is considered as not ‘SEO-friendly’
the data is available for canonical pages only
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.seo_friendly_url","=","true"]
checks.flash bool page with flash
indicates whether a page has flash elements
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.flash","=","true"]
checks.frame bool page with frames
indicates whether a page contains frame, iframe, frameset tags
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.frame","=","true"]
checks.lorem_ipsum bool page with lorem ipsum
indicates whether a page has lorem ipsum content
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.lorem_ipsum","=","true"]
checks.seo_friendly_url_characters_check bool URL characters check-up
indicates whether a page URL containing only uppercase and lowercase Latin characters, digits and dashes
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.seo_friendly_url_characters_check","=","false"]
checks.seo_friendly_url_dynamic_check bool URL dynamic check-up
the value will be true if a page has no dynamic parameters in the URL
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.seo_friendly_url_dynamic_check","=","false"]
checks.seo_friendly_url_keywords_check bool URL keyword check-up
indicates whether a page URL is consistent with the keywords meta tag
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.seo_friendly_url_keywords_check","=","false"]
checks.seo_friendly_url_relative_length_check bool URL length check-up
the value will be true if a page URL no longer than 120 characters
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.seo_friendly_url_relative_length_check","=","false"]
checks.canonical_chain bool pages with canonical pointing to a page that has a canonical pointing elsewhere
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.canonical_chain","=","true"]
checks.canonical_to_redirect bool canonical page pointing to a page that redirects elsewhere
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.canonical_to_redirect","=","true"]
checks.canonical_to_broken bool canonical link pointing to a broken page
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.canonical_to_broken","=","true"]
checks.has_links_to_redirects bool page is pointing to a page that redirect elsewhere
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.has_links_to_redirects","=","true"]
checks.is_orphan_page bool page with no internal links pointing to it
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_orphan_page","=","true"]
checks.is_link_relation_conflict bool mix of both followed and nofollowed incoming internal links
true if the page receives at least one link with the rel="nofollow" attribute and at least one dofollow link
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["checks.is_link_relation_conflict","=","true"]
content_encoding str type of encoding
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": ["content_encoding","<>","gzip"]
media_type str types of media used to display a resource
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["media_type","like","%text%"]
server str server version
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["server","not_like","Amazon%"]
server str server version
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["server","not_like","Amazon%"]
is_resource bool whether a page is a resource
the following operators are supported: =, <>
example:
"filters": ["is_resource","=","false"]
filters available for the keyword density endpoint:
keyword string keyword found on the website of web page
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters":["keyword","not_like","seo%"]
frequency num keyword frequency
number of times the keyword appears on the website (or webpage if you specified a url when setting a task to the keyword density endpoint)
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["frequency",">","6"]
density num keyword density
ratio of frequency to the total count of keywords with the set keyword_length on the web page or website
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["density",">","0.02"]

Thresholds


Below you will find a detailed description of OnPage API fields, which you can customize through the checks_threshold array of the POST request to OnPage API

Description of the customizable checks thresholds:

Field name Type Description
title_too_short integer page title is too short
specified as the number of characters in the title tag of the page
if the number of characters is less than or equals the specified value, the pages matching the set criteria will be flagged in the API response
default value: 30
example:
"checks_threshold": {
"title_too_short": 10}
title_too_long integer page title is too long
specified as the number of characters in the title tag of the page
if the number of characters is more than or equals the specified value, the pages matching the set criteria will be flagged in the API response
default value: 65
example:
"checks_threshold": {
"title_too_long": 50}
small_page_size integer page is too small
specified as the weight of the page measured in bytes
if the page weight is less than or equals the specified value, the pages matching the set criteria will be flagged in the API response
default value: 1024
example:
"checks_threshold": {
"small_page_size": 2048}
large_page_size integer page is too large
specified as the weight of the page measured in bytes
if the page weight is more than or equals the specified value, the pages matching the set criteria will be flagged in the API response
default value: 1048576 (or 1024*1024)
example:
"checks_threshold": {
"large_page_size": 2000000}
low_character_count integer character count is too low
specified as the number of characters on the page
if the number of characters on the page is less than or equals the specified value, the pages matching the set criteria will be flagged in the API response
default value: 1024 (or 1024*1024)
example:
"checks_threshold": {
"low_character_count": 2000000}
high_character_count integer character count is too high
specified as the number of characters on the page
if the number of characters on the page is more than or equals the specified value, the pages matching the set criteria will be flagged in the API response
default value: 256000 (or 250*1024)
example:
"checks_threshold": {
"high_character_count": 500000}
low_content_rate float content rate is too low
specified as the plaitext_size to page_size ratio
if the number of characters on the page is less than or equals the specified value, the pages matching the set criteria will be flagged in the API response
default value: 0.1
example:
"checks_threshold": {
"low_content_rate": 0.3}
high_content_rate float content rate is too high
specified as the plaitext_size to page_size ratio
if the number of characters on the page is more than or equals the specified value, the pages matching the set criteria will be flagged in the API response
default value: 0.9
example:
"checks_threshold": {
"high_content_rate": 0.8}
high_loading_time integer page loading time is too high
specified as the number of milliseconds it takes a page to fully load
if the loading time is more than or equals the specified value, the pages matching the set criteria will be flagged in the API response
default value: 3000
example:
"checks_threshold": {
"high_loading_time": 4000}
high_waiting_time integer page waiting time is too high
specified as the Time to First Byte in milliseconds
if the waiting time is more than or equals the specified value, the pages matching the set criteria will be flagged in the API response
default value: 1500
example:
"checks_threshold": {
"high_waiting_time": 1000}
low_readability_rate integer page readability rate is too high
specified as the Flesch–Kincaid readability test score
if the score is more than or equals the specified value, the pages matching the set criteria will be flagged in the API response
default value: 15.0
example:
"checks_threshold": {
"low_readability_rate": 20.5}
irrelevant_description float page description is not relevant to its content
specified as the match rate of page's description to its content
if the score is less than or equals the specified value, the pages matching the set criteria will be flagged in the API response
default value: 0.2
example:
"checks_threshold": {
"irrelevant_description": 0.5}
irrelevant_title integer page title is not relevant to its content
specified as the match rate of page's title to its content
if the score is less than or equals the specified value, the pages matching the set criteria will be flagged in the API response
default value: 0.3
example:
"checks_threshold": {
"irrelevant_title": 0.1}
irrelevant_meta_keywords integer page meta keywords are not relevant to its content
specified as the match rate of page's meta keywords to its content
if the score is less than or equals the specified value, the pages matching the set criteria will be flagged in the API response
default value: 0.6
example:
"checks_threshold": {
"irrelevant_meta_keywords": 0.5}

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