Below, is a list of tools that can be found useful for webmasters when designing and maintaining a website.
This is the official W3C validator to check up the markup language used in a web page (HTML, XHTML, etc.). This tool will tell you if your code is correctly formed. The pages must be validated one by one.
This is the official W3C validator to check up the CSS code in a web page. This tool will tell you if your CSS code is correctly formed. The pages must be validated one by one.
This tool offers an automated validation system for content accessibility in your web page. Even when accessibility cannot be fully validated in an automated way, this tool may help you finding errors. The pages must be validated one by one.
The W3C link checker allows you to on-line check the links on your web page or website. It reports any type of errors or warnings like broken links or redirections. You can check single pages or full websites (up to 150 pages only).
Go to the W3C link checker.
This downloadable program can check all the links in your website automatically and serve a complete report after doing it. It has no limit in the number of pages it can check. To use it, you need to download and install the program.
Go to Xenu's Link Sleuth download page.
This website searches for spelling errors or unknown words and gives a list of suggestions for each one. The pages must be checked one by one.
Google Analytics is a free statistics service very complete and functional. Go in, get a Google account and install the code on your site. It will help you to track your visits.
Go to Google Analytics.
This site offers hundreds of downloadable fonts for Mac or Windows. Even when it's not a good idea to use a strange font to format the text of an HTML file (won't be displayed if the visitor doesn't ahve it installed) they can be really useful to create images and banners. Fonts need to be downloaded and installed.
Go to 1001 free fonts.
A site full of pictures that webmasters can use to create new images or to decor a website. Images can be used with the consent of their respective right holders (see more at their legal information page).
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