The same website can look fabulous and work flawlessly on one computer, but look like a mess and be difficult to navigate on another. Unfortunately, websites aren’t one-size-fits-all, and usually the culprit when this issue comes up is screen resolution. Screen resolution refers to the number of pixels that your screen is displaying. For example, if you have a screen resolution of 800×600, 800 pixels is the width and 600 pixels is the height. The higher the resolution, the more information will fit on your computer screen. But it also means that the higher the resolution, the smaller the content will appear on your screen. This Screen Resolution Simulator Tool resizes the browser window for developers to view their websites in different screen resolutions. Enter the URL of your web page and then choose the resolution you want to try and click on ‘Simulate’ button.
Knowing the word count of a text can be important. For example, if an author has to write a minimum or maximum amount of words for an article, essay, report, story, book, paper, etc. The word and character limit often happens in many websites e.g. Twitter: 140, SMS: 160, Title tag in HTML: only display about 70 characters, Meta descriptions in HTML: Only about first 160 characters are displayed in Google search results, Google Play Store App Name: 30 characters, and so on. This Word Counter Tool will help to make sure its word count reaches a specific requirement or stays within a certain limit. To start, simply write or paste the text into the text area. When you have finished, click on Count button under the text area, and watch the results appear immediately.
Website uptime matters – if your website goes down for even a few minutes, you could be paying for it in revenue and reputation. With this free Website Status Checker Tool, you can ping your website and ensure that it is reachable. You can also use this Website Status Checker Tool to monitors the status of your favorite web sites and checks whether they are down or not. You can check a website status easily by using this tool. Just enter the url and fresh site status test will be performed on the website in real time.
Introduced in October of 2012, the disavow tool is Google’s way of allowing you to ask Google not to count certain links that point to your site. A disavow file is basically a set of instructions for Google. You’re trying to let them know that you know about any bad links pointing to your website, and that you would like them to ignore them when analyzing your link profile and calculating the various weights for your website before working out where you should show up. Enter your bad domains and URLs in this Disavow File Generator Tool to generate and download a disavow file in .txt format which is instantly ready for submission to Google.