Even more ways to optimize your website

Even more ways to optimize your website

In a recent post, we discussed how you shouldn’t fixate on just doing marketing, but you should also constantly optimize your website. In this article, we’ll give you a few more methods to apply when assessing your web code in various respects.

The first big tools to consider are the HTML and the CSS validators maintained by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C):

Some other less important tools that they offer:

Their tools could probably keep your web developer busy for two months fixing things. That’s if you’re running your website on a WordPress CMS with a custom theme that you’ve purchased. If your website is built from the ground up, repairing issues will probably take a lot less time – a matter of days.

Here are some more tools that you could use:

Less useful tools (usually because what they’re doing is done better by one of the above):

We’ll stop here because we fear that we might have given you too many interesting activities to do, and because of it, you’ll end up using our own website less. Hopefully, one year from now this article ends up buried on our blog under content with more interesting titles. They’ll probably help you less, but at least you won’t leave our website. You might even end up bookmarking it, for when you need marketing services in the future. Thank you for reading!

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