Content error graph

The Content Error page provides a list of measurements that resulted in content errors. (Content errors are errors that are reported for HTML objects after the HTML base page is downloaded. They are frequently, but not always, the result of a missing page element, such as a graphic file.) Keynote stores detailed information about content errors for one week.

Content Error Page: Each content error is listed.

Actions for this graph

The Actions menu at the top right of the Content Error graph provides access to several tools to help make use of the graph and its underlying data.

See Chart Actions for information about graph page controls that you can use to save graphs, download data, and refresh the graph.

Drilling down on data

The Content Error page lets you quickly drill down on any content error by clicking Error Detail. The Error Detail shows a historical snapshot of the measurement that resulted in the content error, including all the page objects that were successful. This allows you to quickly see page elements that were downloaded successfully, as well as getting the complete URL of the item that produced the error. The latter can help track problems associated with objects that are served from external sources such as CDNs.

Content Error Detail: A historical snapshot of each measurement resulting in Content Error

Change graph selection criteria

You can also use a drop-down to select a different graph type to generate for this data set.

See Chart Actions for information about graph page controls that you can use to save graphs, download data, and refresh the graph.