Sometimes you want to check a specific area of a page for changes

Our Element level monitoring can check based on an XPath or CSS Selector and notify you of any changes

Custom element

You can also view our video guide on selecting with XPath via our youtube channel.

When checking for page changes these days there are so many dynamic options and widgets that you’d be getting an alert EVERYTIME we scanned the page.

Which is why we’ve introduced element monitoring, this allows you to select elements at block level (using CSS or XPATH) and only get emails about changes that you are interested in.

Once you’ve selected the element you like, we will keep an eye on it and if it changes, we’ll let you know what it said before and what it says now.

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If you work in SEO (particularly if you work on multiple clients), you should really give @littlewardenapp a go. Monitors various technical SEO aspects that you'd much rather not check manually. Only been using it for around a month and already benefited massively.

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