Identify Past & Present Issues and trends with these powerful Tag Rocket Reports

Website Errors Report Showing JavaScript & Missing Page 404's
Missing Pages

Missing Page Visits

This page shows how often people end up on a page that does not exist (404 – Not Found). This is a bad experience for a visitor. You should expect this to happen every once in a while. If you see high numbers here (e.g. 1%) you should look into finding out why people end up in the wrong place, and see if you can stop it happening.

The report tries to help. The referrer, session source or meduim may give you a clue as to where a broken link exists that is sending people to a missing page.

If the link is out of your control it may be worth setting up a 301 redirect to a page that would give the visitor a better experience. Maybe it’s an old product that you can redirect to the products category page or a newever version of the product.

Javascript Errors

Javascript errors are an indication that a feature may be broken. They are typically left unnoticed as few people check for them, and they often only happen on certain browsers. This report checks and reports on all Javascript erros it can capture.

The report provides as much details as possible about each Javascript errors. In some cases it can even indicate the exact position in a file where the error happened.

We suggest you pay most attention to errors on critical pages of the website, like the cart and checkout pages.

Note: Errors can only be captured if they happen after the Tag Rocket code is added to the page. This means other scripts higher up in the page that execute instantly can’t be seen.

Console Errors

The browsers console logs can provide some insights into any issues happening on a page. In particular the error level logs which this report captures.

Tag Rocket captures its own JavaScript errors to make sure they do not interfere with the page. They are then logged as console errors starting with ‘Tag Rocket’ and are also sent to our error server to help us improve the app.

Note: Errors can only be captured if they happen after the apps code is added to the page. This means other scripts higher up in the page that execute instantly can’t be seen.

Network Errors

The app tries to capture several types of network errors, such as <img> and <script> tags with invalid URLs, or JavaScript requests that return an error status. This can help you discover things like broken images.

Note: Errors can only be captured if they happen after the apps code is added to the page. This means other scripts higher up in the page that execute instantly can’t be seen.

JSON-LD Errors

JSON-LD is a script type that contains Structured Data for a page. This reports on any detected JSON-LD syntax errors. e.g. a comma in the wrong place, a missing bracket, or poorly encoded content. These sorts of errors can sometimes be hard to discover and can mean the loss of Google Rich Snippets.

This can help us make sure our SEO Rich Snippets app creates perfect Structured Data for you.