It does now, and here's the list for anyone who's interested:
The SEO table will include pages that are:
- internal (urls with a subdomain may or may not be treated as internal depending on whether the preference is checked in Preferences > General)
- status must be good (ie urls with status 0, 4xx or 5xx will not be included)
- not excluded by your blacklist / whitelist rules on the Settings screen
- your robots.txt file will be observed (ie a page will be excluded if it is disallowed by robots.txt) if that preference is checked on the Settings screen (below Blacklist and Whitelist rules)
- will include pdfs (if that preference is checked in Preferences > Sitemap)
- not excluded by your robots.txt file (if that box is checked in Preferences > Sitemap)
- not excluded by a 'robots noindex' meta tag (if that box is checked in Preferences > Sitemap)
- does not have a canonical meta tag that points to a different url
As always, I'm always very happy to look into any particular example that you can't make sense of.
* this doesn't mean a .html file extension, but the mime type of the page as it is served up. Most web pages will be html. Images are shown in the SEO results but in a separate table which shows the url, page it appears on, and the alt text.
** Although Integrity Plus doesn't display SEO results (at present) it does display the same sitemap table as Scrutiny and all of the rules above apply.