Use the free online tools below, to test your website for responsiveness, compliance, mistakes, and vulnerabilities.
Google’s page speed scan tells you how fast (or slow) your site loads for the rest of the world, and suggests issues that may be attention.
Google’s mobile friendly test scans your site and lets you know if Google considers it to be mobile friendly, a huge ranking factor.
Google’s safe browsing scanner detects if your site is showing that it has malware on it, or is suspicious in some way.
SUCURI is one of the best-known Security Scanners available for any platform websites including WordPress, Joomla, Magento, etc.
Hacker Combat offers a free tool to check the site for worms, backdoors, malware downloads, suspicious code, trojans, phishing, etc.
ReScan does behavioral scanning on static and dynamic pages to detect hidden redirects , suspicious add ons, spyware, blackhat SEO, and more.
This validator checks the markup validity of Web documents in HTML, XHTML, SMIL, MathML. *Can give false positives.
This validator checks the markup validity of the CSS in your HTML documents. *Can give false positives.
This is the W3C Feed Validation Service, a free service that checks the syntax of Atom or RSS feeds.
Checks many aspects of your site, including link validity, speed, search engine compatibility, image links, spell check, and link popularity
Gives you a quick insight into your backlinks, organic search, top organic keywords and many other insights.
Sign in required. Reports links that Googlebot discovered during its crawling and indexing process, as well as the most common links sources.
Enter your URL to test the load time of that page, analyze it and find possible DNS, SSL, and other connection bottlenecks.
A simple tool that will tell you about any insecure items on your SSL page, and point out exactly why you’re not getting a secure, green lock.
GSuite toolbox checks your public facing A, AAAA, CAA, CNAME, MX, NS, PTR, SOA, SRV, TXT records so that you can check for issues.
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