How to test your site?
Free tools helping you with testing
your website before going live.
• Browser screenshots from Microsoft
See how your site renders across a selection of
common browsers and devices.
• Virtual machines from Microsoft
Test versions of IE from 6 through 11 using virtual
machines you download and manage locally.
Which browsers are worth testing?
Use StatCounter to check which browsers are
Mobile compatibility &
• Chrome has great built-in
emulator to simulate most
popular phone & tablet
screen resolutions. It also
supports touch gestures.
• If you are using Mac you
can run great iPhone / iPad
emulator from xcode.
PageRank & SEO
• SeoSiteCheckup will help you analize and make
your website search engine friendly.
• Also remember Google’s Mobile-Friendly Test
because it may aﬀect your placement on Google.
Facebook & Open Graph
• Facebook Debuger will help you preview how your
page will look when visitors share link or click like.
• Testing e-mails is one of the hardest things. Litmus
and Targeted.io oﬀers comprehensive email tools
and free previews of your CSS emails.
• For For testing color deﬁciencies use Spectrum
• Colour Contrast Analyser helps you determine the
legibility of text and the contrast of visual elements,
such as graphical controls and visual indicators.
• SortSite checks sites against the W3C WCAG 1.0
and 2.0 accessibility standards, and compliance
with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.
• Google PageSpeed Insights is
the most popular tool which
analyzes the content of a web
page, then generates
suggestions to make that page
faster. The other two tools
worth checking tools are
Pingdom and GTmetrix.
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