Filter by URL (regex)
Regular expressions allow for powerful search filters on the URL.
Result: All URLs starting with either http or https, that then match “://www.example.com/product/widget-” followed by one or more digits (0-9), ending in “.html”. For example the following would return:
The following would NOT be returned:
Filter by Response Codes
Example: 403, 404, 500
Result: Only results with the response codes 403, 404 and 500 will be returned.
Not in list
Example: 200, 301
Result: Only results that do NOT have the response code 200 or 301 will be returned.
Greater than (>)
Result: Only results where the response code is greater than 410 is returned (410 would NOT be included)
Greater than or equal to (>=)
Result: Only results where the response code is greater than or equal to 300 is returned (300 would also be included)
Result: Only results where the response code is less than 300 is returned (300 would NOT be included)
Less than or equal to (<=)
Result: Only results where the response code is less than or equal to 250 is returned (250 would also be included)
In range (4xx returns all in range of 400-499)
Result: Only results where the response code in the range 500-599 would be returned.
Not in range (4xx returns all not in range of 400-499)
Result: Results with the response code in the range 300-399 would be excluded.