Web Grader Wants to Grade Your Website

by Tech Mainstream Staff


February 22, 2020

 

Web Grader Wants to Grade Your Website


(Tech Mainstream) Enter a website url and Web Grader will assess the quality and performance of any website. While you are waiting for the "grade," Web Grader gives you some humorous and thought provoking statements to read. After grading an entered website, Web Grader will give in response a generalized statement regarding your website's status. Analyzed website data such as performance, SEO, mobile and security is presented.

The performance vector includes page size, page requests, page speed, browser caching, page redirects, compression and render blocking. The mobile section determines responsive and viewport factors for mobile device viewing. Since website SEO is more than critical for website success, a seo section describing page titles, meta description, headings and sitemap are examined as well. Website security, including SSL certificates, is also analyzed.

Web Grader also tallies the website and explains how the website can be further improved if it did not exceed expectations. It also encourages individuals to use its CMS to further improve a website's grade: "With HubSpot’s CMS, you’ll get all the tools you need to build a powerful website, improve your SEO, and capture and convert leads."

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