Website Analysis Tools
What do website analysis tools do? These simple tools will help you check your website's health and performance. By taking a moment to analyze your website, you may discover site issues that you can addresss so you can provide a better user experience for your visitors.
Analyze your Website with these Fast, Useful Tools
Siteliner provides fast and free analysis of your website. It will find internal duplicate content, (highlighting it on each page), along with broken links, redirections and more. (website scan limit: once every 30 days)
With this free, comprehensive website analysis tool, you can check accessibility, SEO, social media, compliance and more. It provides a colorful report and site scores. (Nibbler is limited to three reports.)
Site Speed Tools
GTmetrix can help you develop a faster, more efficient website. This Free tool will grade your site's performance.
Pingdom Website Speed Test
Test your website's page speed. Enter a URL to test the page load time, analyze it and find bottlenecks.
Site Error Checkers
Online Broken Link Checker
Scans web pages for dead hyperlinks. This helpful tool can analyze an unlimited number of web pages. Reports your bad link's location in your HTML code so you can acutally find it.
Mobile Friendly Site Checkers
Screenfly Screen Resolution Check
Test your website in an instant on any screen size including desktops, tablets and mobile phones.
RESPONSIVE WEB DESIGN CHECKER
Responsive design = good user experience. So, if you want to be able to provide all of your users a good experience, you need a responsive site.
StatCounter includes a Free Invisible Web Tracker, Hit Counter and Web Stats. You can set it up in 3 easy steps. First, sign up, then customize it and paste the code into your website.
Through Crazy Egg's heat map and scroll map reports you can get an understanding of how your visitors engage with your website so you can boost your conversion rates.
Social Media Tools
SharedCount is a service that looks up the number of times a given URL has been shared on major social networks. Track URL shares, likes, tweets, and more.
See also:Beginner Web Design Tutorials