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Page Analyzer - This issue has been fixed!

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Hello,

What does it mean when you see the following image in Page Analyzer (This issue has been fixed!)? 

2021-02-24 Analyzer _ Crownpeak DQM.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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RandySoulis
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Re: Page Analyzer - This issue has been fixed!

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The most common reason you will see this is when the previous scan found an issue... lets say it was missing the <h1> tag on the page.  Then, somebody updates the page and adds the <h1> tag so it will now pass the checkpoint.  If the user goes to review the issue before the next scan you may see this message.  It simply means the issue found on the previous scan has been corrected and the user viewed the issue before the next scan.

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RandySoulis
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Re: Page Analyzer - This issue has been fixed!

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The most common reason you will see this is when the previous scan found an issue... lets say it was missing the <h1> tag on the page.  Then, somebody updates the page and adds the <h1> tag so it will now pass the checkpoint.  If the user goes to review the issue before the next scan you may see this message.  It simply means the issue found on the previous scan has been corrected and the user viewed the issue before the next scan.

Crownpeak Support

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