How to audit a website ?

The purpose of a website audit is to give webmasters a complete and detailed analysis into their sites health, performance and speed. Assessing these areas will give you a full picture of the current effectiveness of your site, show where you may be able to further optimize and improve your site – and identify issues that could be causing damage to your site’s health.

When a your customers need update their sites. They need ask you for auditing. This is a first step for you to prove your abilities and show to your customers why they need to pay money for you to make their sites better. Let check what you need to audit :

Code Audit
1.1 Core Integrity Review
1.2 Browser Compatibility Audit
1.3 Bugs and Glitches Review
1.4 JavaScript/CSS/HTML Review
1.5 Third-Party Code Review
1.6 Database Audit
UI/UX Audit
2.1 Navigation Audit
2.2 Key Pages Analysis
2.3 Sales Funnel Review
2.4 Content Audit
Speed Audit
3.1 Frontend Performance Audit
3.2 Backend Performance Audit
Security Audit
4.1 Vulnerability Assessment
4.2 Server and Database Security
4.3 User Permissions Audit
Mobile Audit
5.1 Mobile Performance Review
5.2 Mobile UX Review
SEO Audit
6.1 Duplicate Content Check
6.2 Content and Keywords Review
6.3 Google Analytics Audit
Traffic Audit


  • Alexa, SiteChecker, SEO quake
  • Lighthouse
  • SonarQube
  • Metasploit, Mozilla HTTP Observatory, NMap, Open VAS
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