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With the "Alert/Actions on" option you can define when an update notification and bookmark actions (eg. "Send e-mail") should be performed. Default value is "Alert-On-Changes", that means that you get only update notifications when a page is changed.
See also "Alert with the first initialization of a page" and global error handling in the program configuration.
This is the default method to check pages. You should only try alternative methods if this method fails.
Delay after page has loaded (in seconds):
This option must be used for pages which change the content dynamically after the page has loaded. For example when it takes a few seconds until the final content is displayed.
This option disables various performance and bandwidth optimizations during a check. Disabling optimizations will most likely increase the check time. Only turn this option on if a check does not work correctly without that option.
Scroll pages down:
Number of pages that should be scrolled down during a check. Use this option if a page displays information dynamically when the page is scrolled down.
If a page contains content that cannot be monitored with the other methods (eg. content that is displayed with Java), you can try to create a screenshot of that page and compare that screenshot to detect changes. See chapter Check by screenshot for more information.