Check HTTP redirects (HSTS Policy) the redirects from http to https are really going well. In most cases, if you have an https or an ssl certificate installed on your website, you naturally want the traffic to be directed to the https version of every page. You can of course do this with the well-known 301 redirect to ensure that every http version of a page is referred to the https version. To further enforce this, or actually to ensure that traffic can never reach an http version of a page again, you can enable the so-called hsts-policy on the server.
This may have happened in some cases, but you still need a redirect across your entire site to ensure that traffic is actually directed to the https version things Singapore phone number list to make of a web page. It can therefore sometimes happen that the hsts policy is enabled on the server, but that not all parts of the website have been properly redirected. So you can't just find this out with Screaming Frog because of course the hsts policy is respected and you can also turn it off in the advanced configuration of your spider.
For that you go to your spider again in the configuration tab, you go to advanced and then you click on respect hsts-policy. Then you click on 'ok' and then you start crawling the website. In this case, when that extra policy is built into the server, you can still discover whether there are any missing redirects that refer from http to https. Find orphan pages Now how do you find pages that have no inbound links? As in the previous video about Screaming Frog , which you can find above by Thijs in which he explains how the crawler works, you know that Screaming Frog hops from page to page just like a spider through the links that exist on the website. If a page has no incoming links.