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#2 Product of the WeekNovember 14, 2014
Zane Milakovic
  • Zane Milakovic
    Zane MilakovicSr. Development Manager

    Looks pretty


    The information is highly incorrect in a lot of areas. Code quality checking is wrong and incorrectly bundled into accessibility.

    The code quality check states 370+ errors, and show invalid attributes for HTML5. Yet these are valid attributes in the ever evolving spec. They also incorrectly bundle this into accessibility, while not actually running and real accessibility check.

    Additionally, they tracked Facebook likes, but could not report a connection to facebook. Overall the product does not seem be accurate.

    Zane Milakovic has used this product for one day.
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Asher Snyder
Asher Snyder@asherraph · Founder, Mesh Labs Inc.
Having "recently tested" is a subversive tactic. If the site is new, it's likely that your SEO is better than theirs and will have whatever their rating is show up for their site which may negatively affect that site as a non-informed user might confuse the score with a rating of the service. I highly recommend removing this aspect as to not bundle yourselves into the extortionary tactics of other similar services.
Kevin William David
Kevin William DavidHunterHiring@kevin · Community @Siftery. No 1 Hunter on PH🥇
Nibbler is a free tool for testing websites. Enter the address of any website and Nibbler will give you a report scoring the website out of 10 for key areas, including accessibility, SEO, social media and technology. Tests 5 pages of your website, to check for more pages and to get a comprehensive report checkout their other site
Mike Hince
Mike Hince@zer0mike · Freelance UI Designer Founder
I got an 8.3 - Thanks for sharing :)
aj@ajlkn · Maker of stuff.
Accessibility is something we all tend to forget so I'm happy to see tools like this. Having said that, I agree with @asherraph in that I really don't like the "recently tested" thing. The intent might not be extortionary, but man, it definitely puts it in some bad company.
andreas cleve
andreas cleve@andreascleve · Tech entrepreneur and pastry addict.
Seems very cool guys. Out of interest, will you share how you quantify "experience"?