Web site errors check

Brief

The constant launch of new web technologies increases the need to thoroughly test web pages to avoid display problems.
In their efforts to adhere closer to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards, browser versions can cause display differences that catch unaware web managers.

Our service

Easy-to-read and tailored report with inconsistencies and errors identified together with detailed recommendations for action.
It covers the following topics, briefly summarized below:
HTML code validation
Simple HTML code errors may cause a web page to display improperly under different browsers. Not good coding practices may also lead a search engine spider to incorrectly index or reject this page. In order for your web pages to become interoperable, we check them for conformance to World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) recommendations.
CSS code validation
We check Cascading Style Sheets in HTML documents or standalone for conformance to World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) recommendations.
Link validation
Dead links frustrate busier and less forgiving visitors and act as roadblocks to search engine spiders. Therefore, all links should be periodically tested and broken links identified and fixed. Our links checker references bad links - internal and external - and the corresponding pages which contain them.
Load time check
Site speed is critical to online success and happy users! However, slow page loading can deter visitors from viewing it. We check the download time for your web pages and report the size of each object.
Browser compatibility check
Our report aims at helping you identify browser display errors by checking your web pages on Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Netscape...
Accessibility check
We check if your web pages meet the priority 1, 2 or 3 accessibility requirements established in W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 1.0).