After crawling, the following page-loading animation may be displayed and subsequent pages may not crawl.



If it takes a long time to display a page in this way, it is possible to specify the waiting time for rendering a specific page from the AeyeScan settings.


The setting procedure is as follows


[Procedure]

1. open the screen transition diagram and click on the "snail icon" on the page that is currently loading.


2. Click on "Change Wait Setting".


3. Enter the number of seconds to wait in the "Wait Time (seconds)" field. (Can be set for up to 15 seconds.)


4. click on "Re-crawl from This age".


That's all for the setup.


In addition, when the above settings are made, the URL and the number of seconds of Wait setting are saved in the scan info.



*Wait settings are carried over to the destination scan information even when scan information is copied.


Also, if you know the URLs of pages that take a long time to load, you can add them before crawling.


[Procedure]

1. Click "New Scan" from the scan list.


2. go to Basic Scan Options > Wait Settings.

・URL: Specify the URL (domain and path) of the page that takes time to display.

・Wait time (seconds): Specify the number of seconds to wait.


*If the crawling of a page that takes a long time to display fails even after following the above steps, please check the possible causes below.


[Cause]

If another page is loaded from an inline frame (iframe tag) or javascript on a page that takes time to display, the crawl may fail if only the URL of the page requiring Wait is specified.


In this case, URLs that take time when called from an inline frame or javascript should be set in the "Wait setting".


Please see below for how to identify URLs that take a long time to call.


[Procedure]

1. Open a browser (chrome) and click Settings > Other Tools > Developer Tools, or press the "F12" key.


2. access a page that takes a long time to load.


3. Click on "All" in the "Network" tab.

Here you will see a list of all resources for displaying the page.


4. Check the value of the "Time" column in the list.

The "Time" column shows the time (in milliseconds) it took to load the resource in question.

5. Get URLs that take a long time to call.

Click on the target resource and copy the "Headers" tab > "Request URL" in the window that appears on the right.


This is all about how to identify URLs that take a long time to call.