Site Relic

Test how fast your website is on mobile & desktop.

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Thank you, Kevin, for hunting Site Relic. I am excited. Site Relic is a FREE toolbox where you can test your website for performance & security in seconds without user registration. There are 18 testing tools at the moment including the following. Screenshot Checker - Check how does your website look like from different region on desktop & mobile. You can choose to test from one of the nine location or all. Find out if web page content is rendered as expected globally, how much time it took to load, resolving IP with full page snapshot. Speed Test - Check how much time does it take to load from nine locations on desktop and mobile. Speed test focus on providing essential metrics like time to the first byte, number of requests, page size, fully load time, request waterfall, request count by content type. Security Header Test - Check if OWASP recommended HTTP secure header is implemented. Miscellaneous - test for HTTP/2, DNSSEC, SPF record, DNS lookup, Safe browsing, Server signature, etc. My goal is to help website owner, developer, webmaster and everyone to quickly check various site metrics to find out what needs to be improved for better performance, security. Site Relic is powered by Google Cloud Platform, hosted in 9 locations around the world. Go ahead and give a try! I would love to receive any feedback.
@chandankumar Congratulations! I feel proud to be part of Site Relic as a UI/UX Designer. Hope for the best!
@masum_parvej Thank you Masum. You did a great job!
I found the UX pretty annoying. Why do I need to type in my domain every time I want to run a test? Either keep my domain as a session variable or run all the tests at once. Disclaimer: using ios11 beta so apologies if it’s a safari bug on my end.
@angus_halen Thanks for the feedback Angus, having URL in session sounds cool. I will look into this further.
Just tested it and I found the screen captures very inaccurate. For example you get a black background when the color of your body tag isn't defined in your CSS (default color in this case is white, not black).
@franckinjapan Thanks for the feedback Franck. Could you share the URL so can investigate further?
@chandankumar Thanks for asking. I tried with this site :
@franckinjapan I'll let developer know about it. Thanks for testing and sharing the feedback.
Hey guys, awesome idea nice collection of tools. I've been giving it a go for my various website and I observe a bit of slow response time (I am using Chrome) is this because of high load due to this promotion?
@antonis_papantoniou Thank you Antonis for the feedback. It could be possible due to high-load but if possible, please share the URL which you observed slow and I will take a look.
@antonis_papantoniou I found one of the instances was struggling and needed a restart. Please try test again and let me know how it goes.
@chandankumar Yes, things sped up shortly after we talked. Everything was fully functional.
@antonis_papantoniou great, thanks for testing it.
I tested this yesterday but it didn't work for me. Maybe it was because of the server load. But today it's working fine. I really liked what you made. The best part is that the tool shows the preview of the website. Many speed testing tools don't do that. Tweeted about it. :)
@iamahfaz Sorry about yesterday, you guessed it right about the load. Thanks for the feedback and tweet.