You can instruct Screaming Frog to crawl only a portion of the pages you want. You can do this by including a part in your crawl analysis or by excluding a certain structure. You can use the include or exclude option for this. You can find this under the menu option configuration. For example, if we only want a specific part of the website to be included, we can indicate this by entering the url structure as much as possible and indicating that everything that meets or starts with this must also be included in the crawl. You do this with regular expressions.
By the way, if you want to find a handy overview of regular expressions that you can use, I have included a link below in the description to an article within the Google website regular things Singapore phone number list to make expressions per category. So if we want to look up a specific part within the website – and in this case I use our own website pure-im as an example – then we can use regular expressions for this. In this case I want to know which pages are located with the structure manuals and for this I use the following regular expression, I put the beginning part of the url in the empty box for include, after that I put . * and with that I can discover all pages that have this structure.
If I then press OK then I can see the result by crawling the website and then we see all the pages that are related to this. In the same way you could of course also say that I just want to exclude that part, in which case I should not use option include but rather exclude. UA code implemented correctly? And now for a handy method to check whether every page on the website has correctly implemented the Google Analytics ua code. You can also do this within Screaming Frog and you do this by going to custom at the top of the configuration and then clicking on search, so with the add button you can add a search query, contains, and then enter the ua code.