In this video, I will discuss the 7 best tools (some of them free tools!) you can use to test your website. I talked about why you should test your website in this video here:
#1 Nibbler - http://nibbler.silktide.com/
Free tool where you enter your website's URL and it will give you a score out of 10 for key areas such as SEO and social media
#2 PageScoring - http://www.pagescoring.com/website-speed-test/
Provides key information about the loading speed of your website. This tool will check everything from your domain resolving speed to your download times.
#3 GTMetrix - https://gtmetrix.com/
Uses both Google Page Speed and Yslow to grade your website's performance and provide actionable recommendations.
#4 Pingdom https://www.pingdom.com/
Analyse load speeds & learn how to make them faster. The tool allows you to trace your website's performance history and test from multiple locations.
#5 Sort Site http://www.powermapper.com/products/sortsite/
A one click website testing tool to analyse an entire website, each page is checked against more than 700 standards based chgeckpoints.
#6 W3C Validation Tool https://validator.w3.org/
A free tool that evaluates site performance against W3C open standards
#7 Wave Accessibility Tool - http://wave.webaim.org/
You can be fined if your website is found to discriminate against people with disabilities. This tool will evaluate your site against accessibility standards.
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