Seo Audit now available on Google Chrome via Lighthouse

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Google introduced this year an SEO audit category to the Lighthouse Chrome Extension.

According to Google, the SEO audit category within Lighthouse “enables developers and webmasters to run a basic SEO health-check for any web page that identifies potential areas for improvement. Lighthouse runs locally in the Chrome browser, enabling webmasters to run the SEO audits on pages in a staging environment as well as on live pages, public pages, and pages that require authentication.”

The elements that the SEO audit checks up:

  • Meta viewport element
  • Title element
  • Meta description
  • Page has successful HTTP status code
  • Links have descriptive text
  • Page isn’t blocked from indexing
  • Document has a valid hreflang
  • Document has a valid rel=canonical
  • Document uses legible font sizes
  • Document avoids plugins


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