Webpage Spider View Tool:
Basically, all search engine spiders work on the same principle:
They crawl the web and index pages, which are stored in a database.
All algorithms start to determine page ranking, relevance, etc. of the collected pages.
While the algorithms for calculating ranking and relevance differ widely between search engines.
The way they index sites is more or less uniform and it is very important to know what spiders care about.
Generally, the spider robot can only index the text content of the web page.
And a web page can contain images, flash objects, and videos, generated by the client-side.
Most search engine bots cannot index all of these types of content.
This web page spider view tool simulates a search engine by displaying the pure text content.