Q: Is Browseo's output exactly what search engines like Google and Bing see?
A: Search engines don't really "see" pages the way humans do. They crawl pages and extract information from them. Since search engines care mainly about text on a page, Browseo helps you to focus on what is important to them: the actual content. Layout and styles of a page can often give a wrong impression of a page's actual value in terms of content.
Q: What are some of Browseo's unique features?
A: Browseo's unique value lies in its consolidation of important information in a single tool that is easy to use and free for all. While browsing any web page, you can display certain details about the page and its content, such as server resonse codes, redirects, contents of headings or meta information. Additionally, you can highlight three types of links separately: internal links (pointing to pages on the same domain), external links and links containing the rel="nofollow" attribute. So Browseo provides a lot of additional, useful data at a glance.
Q: What is the difference to text browsers such as Lynx?
A: While Browseo removes styles and scripts and could thus be seen as a text browser, it retains some of the details that Lynx doesn't. It is also a bit more user friendly since you navigate web pages like you're used to: with your mouse!
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