All Posts tagged as "website testing"

Website performance testing

The role of websites has evolved greatly over the last few years. Websites were initially a novel way of presenting information. Over the last few years websites have grown greatly in importance. Websites now may be regarded as the public image of all types of organizations.

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Improving WordPress Performance

Recently I had the opportunity of working on improving the performance of a WordPress website for a customer. I will describe my experience in this blog post. Slow website loading times can distract your website visitors and discourage them from visiting your website again.

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Advantages of HTML 5 validation

In this blog post I will discuss briefly the importance of HTML 5 and how to create standards compliant HTML code.

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Installing W3C Markup Validator and Validator Nu on Debian Jessie

W3C Markup Validator and Validator.nu are two useful tools that can be used to validate HTML code. W3C Markup validator allows validating xhtml, html, xml, mathml and more. Validator.nu allows validating HTML 5 code. The W3C Markup validator is written in Perl, while the Validator.nu is written in Java. Both tools are actively being developed.

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Load testing websites using Apache Bench, Apache JMeter and Loader.io

Load testing a website refers to the process of testing the number of concurrent users that the website is able to support. Whether or not your website attracts lots of visitors, it is useful to know how many users the website can support.

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Tuning WordPress performance using Varnish

Recently I had the opportunity of on tuning website performance using Varnish. Varnish is called a Caching HTTP Reverse Proxy. This means it sits between your end user and one or more back-end servers such as Apache or Nginx and functions as a cache for HTTP traffic.

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Validate your WordPress blog using WordPress XML-RPC API, Php Tidy and Nu HTML Checker

WordPress is a very popular platform for hosting websites. Over 74 million websites are based on WordPress. WordPress is also increasingly being used to develop complex web based applications.

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