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Download a site content report

You can download a report of all pages, images and files on your website to a CSV file. To do so, you need admin or edit permissions for your site's home page. The report can help you with content management tasks such as:

  • identifying pages or files that have not changed in a long time
  • identifying obsolete parts of your site that are in the public domain
  • identifying pages that must comply with accessibility legislation
  • optimising page titles and descriptions for search engines
  • ensuring view, edit and admin permissions are appropriate and up to date
  1. Go to your site's home page.
  2. Go to Edit > More, then select the Current site tab. You need admin or edit permissions on the home page to see this tab.
  3. Under the Site reports section, select Build report:

    Build report button in Site reports section

  4. You'll receive an email from no-reply at warwick dot ac dot uk containing a link to download the CSV file. It may take some time to generate the report, depending on the size of your site.
  5. The report contains the following information for all pages, images and files on your site:
    • URL (web address)
    • Type – for example, an HTML page, images, .pdf documents, .docx and .xlsx files
    • Page heading
    • Title bar caption
    • Link caption
    • Keywords
    • Description
    • Page contact
    • Last modified date
    • Who modified the content last
    • Admin, edit, contributor and view permissions
    • Whether the page is live or deleted
    • Whether the page is visible to or hidden from search engines
    • Whether the page is displayed in the local navigation
    • If the page is a forwarding page, the URL it redirects to
    • If the page is a target of a forwarding page, the URL of the forwarding page
    • Page visibility – public, University members or hidden
    • Needs to comply with accessibility legislation – by September 2020, exempt unless edited, exempt unless required for an essential service


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