Passmarked

Simple, all-in-one test to check the quality of your website

5.0/5
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Passmarked is THE tool I've been looking for to check the quality of websites (mine & clients'). The open source list of tests makes it incredibly useful and flexible for integrating into the development workflow. It's only just been launched but there's already a tremendous amount of coverage that will only get better as more people contribute.

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21 Reviews5.0/5

The tool I wish I'd built!

Pros:

Not upselling me a "quick fix" (like most "grade my site" tools)

open source = transparency

community driven weighting & docs

free

Cons:

Not found any so far (only a day in!) :-)

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Thanks for this James. We will never upsell on a fix, just how many pages you want to test. Our vision is to become a consensus backed standard. Diluting this with functional upsell offers works against this.
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check th issuu article above (if you haven't already) page 48-49. Genuinely... thanks for your support today.
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Passmarked lies at the core of web standards; specifically at the intersection of trust, code, data and software development.

Pros:

open sourced, democratised test suite

Cons:

site needs to speak to a more diverse audience IRO UX and CMS

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1 year is the max option.
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PH should pay Passmarked for all the new aquisitions.

Pros:

Great overall product

Cons:

Needs further community participation, but great start.

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Kartik DadwalFounder at Questionsly; UCLA MBA

I like it! I used it my website

Pros:

Perfect for testing your website very quickly and get reports

Cons:

none so far

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Nate DavisData Driven Designer

The fact that everything is in one place and that some of it is community driven has been amazing for actually learning beyond quick fixes.

Pros:

1 month in and this is the best website optimization tool I have ever used

Cons:

None when compared to any other tool in the category.

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