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  • Code Quality - Compare to Web Standards

  • Browser compatibility testing

  • Compatibility with mobile devices

  • SEO quality

  • Accessibility

 

There are plenty of versatile tools to check these basic features, usually they are assembled into one comprehensive solution or you need to use several at once for a quality site test. 


Performing SEO for a website is notoriously difficult because Google keeps its algorithms secret, but there are a few guidelines that all websites should follow.

 

The main data to consider when checking SEO:

  • Your XML sitemap.

  • HTML sitemap for your users.

  • make sure that your URLs are optimized for SEO, i.e. are plain words and do not consist of incorrect or unnecessary characters.

  • make sure each page has H1 and H2 tags to help define the content of that page.

  • Make sure you have a meta title and meta description for each page.

How to choose the best solutions for checking the quality of sites?

 

Checking a site's quality can be the difference between a qualified lead and an increase in the number of followers. The site's speed, usefulness of its external interface, working email contact forms, and connection with mobile platforms all come together to create the ideal site. Most importantly, it becomes something that appeals to both consumers and search engines as a result of this. Many websites have received a search priority from Google, in particular. Consider how easily your company's rankings could plummet without your notice just because an item or a subscription isn't operating.

 

Quality assurance doesn't have to be very costly for a small business. There are a range of free tools or services that provide them that you can use to make sure that your site is functioning well from a technical standpoint and complies with SEO best practices. But most importantly, a small number of these solutions can actually help verify that there is nothing suspicious going on behind the scenes.

 

Pay attention to the following factors when choosing an appropriate solution:


1. Comparison of code quality to web standards
It's difficult to verify if everything on a website is in order without inspecting every line of code. You can, however, run multiple tests to ensure that the code is correct. This is significant because code that fails the test may have difficulty being indexed by Google or being displayed in specific browsers.

 

2. Making sure your browser is up to date
You are not the only one who uses the same browser as you. Many people access your site using Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, as well as tablets and phones. You must ensure that your website looks and functions properly in all browsers. The best way is to check each browser individually, paying specific attention to Internet Explorer 8 if you require it to work in older browsers.

 

3. Compatibility with mobile devices
More than half of your visitors are expected to come from phones and tablets, therefore it's critical to optimize your site for mobile devices now. So see how it looks on various devices.

 

4. SEO quality
Performing SEO for a website is notoriously difficult because Google keeps its algorithms secret, but there are a few guidelines that all websites should follow.

 

Basic data to consider when checking SEO:

  • Your XML sitemap.

  • HTML sitemap for your users.

  • make sure that your URLs are optimized for SEO, i.e. are plain words and do not consist of incorrect or unnecessary characters.

  • make sure each page has H1 and H2 tags to help define the content of that page.

  • Make sure you have a meta title and meta description for each page.

 

5. Accessibility is number five.
If you have a wide audience, it's critical that your website be fully accessible to everyone. This includes things like making sure there's enough contrast between the text and the background, using alt tags on photos, and so on. Even with the most rigorous vetting and testing, your site is unlikely to pass on all counts. However, all online organizations should make sure that all of their sites have been certified and evaluated by the W3C, and that their CSS is compatible with all browsers. They must also ensure that the site is set up appropriately for SEO. That's what end-to-end solutions are for, and they ensure high-quality, quick validation at a low cost.