SiteViz Website visualiser for Mac

Analyse your website's structure - visually

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The human eye is great at spotting patterns. And anomalies in patterns. Especially when information is provided visually. Try to find problems like those below in tabular data.

Why does one page here have so many more links from it than adjacent one?

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Why are so many pages here only linked from a single page?

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There may be reasonable explanations for these things but with this website, these things weren't expected and indicated a page which had somehow missed an update to its navigation menu.

SiteViz opens a .dot file. (A .dot file contains pieces of information and the connections between them.) Integrity Plus and Scrutiny can generate their sitemap as a .dot file and I've made SiteViz, a free and easy-to use tool to display these.

This functionality is now built into Scrutiny for visualising sitemaps, but is provided here as a free standalone app that can open a sitemap in the form of a .dot file.

It displays the information in a graphical way. Choose from a number of themes with settings. Print or export the image.

 

System requirements

Mac OSX 10.8 (Mountain Lion) or higher, Intel 32 or 64.


Support

Please note that this app is new and in beta. This means that you can use it freely but if you find a problem, or have additional requirements, please contact me.


Recent changes

Version 1.1 - (still beta) released July 2015

Version 1.0.1 - (still beta) released May 2015

Version 1.0 - first beta release May 2015