Page Capacity is the maximum number of pages that you allow ContentKing to monitor on your website.
Important: Page Capacity is only about actual content pages returning HTTP status
200. Redirects, 404 errors, etc. are excluded and you never pay for them.
Page Capacity and pricing
On Standard Pricing you pay per website based on the number of pages you want to monitor, i.e. the Page Capacity limit you specify.
On Agency Pricing you pay for the total number of pages you monitor (called “Page Bundle”) and you set an individual Page Capacity per website. The Page Bundle can therefore never be smaller than the sum of the Page Capacity of all websites in your account.
What Page Capacity value to set
The right Page Capacity to set is based on the total number of pages on the website with a (small) margin for newly added pages.
If you’re unsure how many pages your website has it’s advisable to check your the number of URLs found in your XML Sitemaps:
Usually that’s a good indicator for the total number of pages. Still not sure? Contact us and we’ll be happy to help you out.
Error: Page doesn’t fit available page capacity
Page doesn't fit available page capacity error shows up when your Page Capacity limit has been reached but new pages have been found beyond that limit. Simply raise the website’s Page Capacity in the Website Settings screen using the following steps:
- Go to Account
- Select the website you want to increase the Page Capacity for
- Click on Edit in the Usage Settings section
- Drag the Page Capacity slider to the amount of pages you want to monitor
- Click the Adjust Settings button
Please note that if you’re not in trial anymore this will increase your subscription costs. Don’t worry though: ContentKing will always tell you how much the upgrade costs before you save the new Page Capacity setting.