smallseotool | on-page SEO audit | fantastic clothing

Health report : http://FANTASTIC CLOTHING

Follow recommendations of this site audit report to keep your site healthy

Examined Date : 2017-01-03 03:30:15


smallseotool | on-page SEO audit found 18 issues

Page Title

Page Title :


Your site does not have a title. Really bad.

Knowledge Base
Title tags which are technically called title elements define the title of a document. Title tags are often used on search engine results pages to display preview snippets for a given page, and are important both for SEO and social sharing.

Ideally, your Title tag should be less than 60 characters.

Meta Description

Meta Description :


Your site does not have a meta description.

Knowledge Base
A meta description is an HTML and XHTML element that describes your page to search engines. While the perceived (and real) importance of meta data has depreciated, the attribute still plays an important role in SEO rankings.

Meta descriptions can be any length, but search engines generally truncate snippets longer than 160 characters. It is best to keep meta descriptions under 150 characters.

Meta Keyword

Meta Keyword :


Your site does not have any meta keywords.

Knowledge Base
Although many SEO experts will tell you that keywords are no longer relevant for SEO, the effort to add keywords is so minimal that we continue to advise that keywords be used as part of your SEO.

Single Keywords

Keyword Occurrence Density Possible Spam

Two Word Keywords

Keyword Occurrence Density Possible Spam

Three Word Keywords

Keyword Occurrence Density Possible Spam

Four Word Keywords

Keyword Occurrence Density Possible Spam

Keyword Usage

The most used keywords do not match your meta keywords.

Knowledge Base
Keyword consistency means having the keywords or sets of keywords that you want to rank for in searches spread over all the elements of a particular web page.

This should not be confused with keyword density. Keyword density means the number of times a keyword is featured in the website content and this practice is no longer a deciding factor in improving the search ranking of your website.

Keyword consistency, on the other hand, is a logical consideration for ranking high in search results, given that the keywords chosen for a particular web page indicate the category or topic of the page, and this is what search engines are looking for.

Total Words

Total Words : 0

Knowledge Base
Unique words are uncommon words that reflects your site features and informations. Search engine metrics are not intended to use unique words as ranking factor but it is still useful to get a proper picture of your site contents. Using positive unique words like complete, perfect, shiny, is a good idea user experience.

Stop words are common words like all the preposition, some generic words like download, click me, offer, win etc. since most used keyword may be a slight factor for visitors you are encouraged to use more unique words and less stop words.

Text/HTML Ratio Test

Site failed text/HTML ratio test.

Text/HTML Ratio Test : 0%

Knowledge Base
The ideal page's ratio of text to HTML code is between 20% to 60%. A result of less than 20% it means you need to write more text on your web page while if more than 60% your page might be considered as spam.

HTML Headings

H1(0)

H2(0)

H3(0)

H4(0)

H5(0)

H6(0)

Knowledge Base
Heading tags, as their name suggests, are used to differentiate the headings and sub-headings of a page from the rest of the content. These tags are also known to webmasters as HTML header tags, head tags and SEO header tags. The most important heading tag is the H1 tag and least important is the H6 tag.

The H1 is the most important tag and it should never be skipped on a page. Search spiders pay attention to the words used in the H1 tag and it should contain a basic description of the page content, just as the page title does.

robot.txt

Your site does not have a robot.txt file.

Knowledge Base
When search engine spiders crawl a website, they typically start by identifying a robots.txt file at the root domain level. Upon identification, the crawler reads the file directives to identify directories and files that may be blocked. Blocked filed can be created with the robots.txt generator; these files are, in some ways, the opposite of those in a website sitemap, which typically includes pages to be included when a search engine crawls a website.

Sitemap

Your site does not have a sitemap

Knowledge Base
Sitemaps are a list of pages on a website that is accessible to all users. An XML sitemap is a way for website owners to tell search engines about all the pages that exist on their website and which links on your website are more important than others along with how frequently you update your website.

While sitemaps do not boost your search rankings, it allows search engines to better crawl your website and every website should have one.

Also keep these things in mind:
1) Sitemaps must be less than 10 MB (10,485,760 bytes) and can contain maximum 50,000 urls. if you have more uls than this create multiple sitemap files and use a sitemap index file.
2) Put your sitemap in your website root directory and add the url of your sitemap in robots.txt.
3) sitemap.xml can be compressed using grip for faster loading.

Internal Vs. External Links

Total Internal Links? 0
Total External Links? 0

Internal Links

External Links

NoIndex , NoFollow, DoDollow Links

Total NoIndex Links 0
Total NoFollow Links 0
Total DoFollow Links 0
NoIndex Enabled by Meta Robot? No
NoFollow Enabled by Meta Robot? No

NoIndex Links

NoFollow Links



Knowledge Base

NoIndex : noindex directive is a meta tag value. noindex directive is for not to show your website on search engine results. You must not set ‘noindex’ as value in meta tags if you want to be your website on search engine result.

By default, a webpage is set to “index.” You should add a <meta name="robots" content="noindex" /> directive to a webpage in the <head> section of the HTML if you do not want search engines to crawl a given page and include it in the SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages).

DoFollow & NoFollow : nofollow directive is a meta tag value. Nofollow directive is for not to follow any links of your website by search engine bots. You must not set ‘nofollow’ as value in meta tags if you want follow your link by search engine bots.

By default, links are set to “follow.” You would set a link to “nofollow” in this way: <a href="http://www.example.com/" rel="nofollow">Anchor Text</a> if you want to suggest to Google that the hyperlink should not pass any link equity/SEO value to the link target.

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SEO Friendly Links

Links on your site are SEO friendly.

Knowledge Base
We recommend using hyphens rather than underscores in your URLs for SEO.

Favicon

Your site does not have a favicon.

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Image 'alt' Test

Your site does not have any images without alt text.

Knowledge Base
The Alt Attribute specifies an alternate text for an image, if the image cannot be displayed.

It takes minimal effort to add the alt="some text to describe your image" that we recommend they be added to your image tags.
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DOC Type

DOC Type :


Page does not have a doc type

Knowledge Base
doc type is not SEO factor but it is checked for validating your web page. So set a doctype at your html page.
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Depreciated HTML Tag

Your site does not have any depreciated HTML tags.

Knowledge Base
Older HTML tags and attributes that have been superseded by other more functional or flexible alternatives (whether as HTML or as CSS ) are declared as deprecated in HTML4 by the W3C - the consortium that sets the HTML standards. Browsers should continue to support deprecated tags and attributes, but eventually these tags are likely to become obsolete and so future support cannot be guaranteed.

HTML Page Size

HTML Page Size : 0 KB


HTML page size is <= 100KB

Knowledge Base
HTML page size is the one of the main factors of webpage loading time. It should be less than 100 KB according to google recommendation. Note that, this size not including external css, js or images files. So small page size less loading time.

To reduce your page size follow these steps
1) Move all your css and js code to external file.
2) make sure your text content be on top of the page so that it can displayed before full page loading.
3) Reduce or compress all the image, flash media file etc. will be better if these files are less than 100 KB
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GZIP Compression

GZIP compression is disabled.

Knowledge Base
GZIP is a generic compressor that can be applied to any stream of bytes: under the hood it remembers some of the previously seen content and attempts to find and replace duplicate data fragments in an efficient way - for the curious, great low-level explanation of GZIP. However, in practice, GZIP performs best on text-based content, often achieving compression rates of as high as 70-90% for larger files, whereas running GZIP on assets that are already compressed via alternative algorithms (e.g. most image formats) yields little to no improvement. It is also recommended that, GZIP compressed size should be <=33 KB

Inline CSS

Your site does not have any inline css.

Knowledge Base
Inline css is the css code reside in html page under html tags not in external .css file. Inline css increases the loading time of your webpage which is an important search engine ranking factor. So try not to use inline css.

Internal CSS

Your site does not have any internal css.

Knowledge Base
Internal css is the css codes which resides on html page inside style tag. Internal css is increases loading time since no page caching is possible for internal css. Try to put your css code in external file.

Micro Data Schema Test

Site failed micro data schema test.

Knowledge Base
Micro data is the information underlying a html string or paragraph. Consider a string “Avatar”, it could refer a profile picture on forum, blog or social networking site or may it refer to a highly successful 3D movie. Microdot is used to specify the reference or underlying information about an html string. Microdata gives chances to search engine and other application for better understanding of your content and better display significantly on search result.
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IP & DNS Report

IPv4
IPv6 Not Compatiable
No DNS report found

IP Canonicalization Test

Site failed IP canonicalization test.

Knowledge Base
If multiple domain name is registered under single ip address the search bots can label other sites as duplicates of one sites. This is ip canonicalization. Little bit like url canonicalizaion. To solve this use redirects.
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URL Canonicalization Test

Site failed URL canonicalization test.

Knowledge Base
Canonical tags make your all urls those lead to a single address or webpage into a single url. Like :
<link rel="canonical" href="https://mywebsite.com/home" />
<link rel="canonical" href="https://www.mywebsite.com/home" />
Both refer to the link mywebsite.com/home. So all the different url with same content or page now comes under the link or url mywebsite.com/home. Which will boost up your search engine ranking by eliminating content duplication. Use canonical tag for all the same urls.
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Plain Text Email Test

Site passed plain text email test. No plain text email found.

Knowledge Base
Plain text email address is vulnerable to email scraping agents. An email scrapping agent crawls your website and collects every Email address which written in plain text. So existence of plain text email address in your website can help spammers in email Harvesting. This could be a bad sign for search engine.

To fight this you can obfuscate your email addresses in several ways:
1) CSS pseudo classes.
2) Writing backward your email address.
3) Turn of display using css.
4) Obfuscate your email address using javascript.
5) Using wordpress and php (wordpress site only).
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cURL Response

urlhttp://FANTASTIC CLOTHING/content type
http code0header size0
request size0filetime-1
ssl verify result0redirect count0
total time0namelookup time0
connect time0pretransfer time0
size upload0size download0
speed download0speed upload0
download content length-1upload content length-1
starttransfer time0redirect time0
redirect urlprimary ip
certinfoprimary port0
local iplocal port0

Mobile Friendly Check


Mobile Friendly : Unknown

Score : Unknown

Localized Rule Name Rule Impact
No data to show.
CMS:
Locale:
Roboted Resources:
Transient Fetch Failure Resources:

Google Page Speed Insight (Mobile)

Page Speed

Usability Score


Page Statistics




Avoid App Install Interstitials That Hide Content

Your page does not appear to have any app install interstitials that hide a significant amount of content. Learn more about the importance of avoiding the use of app install interstitials.

Avoid Plugins

Your page does not appear to use plugins, which would prevent content from being usable on many platforms. Learn more about the importance of avoiding plugins.

Configure Viewport

Your page specifies a viewport matching the device's size, which allows it to render properly on all devices. Learn more about configuring viewports.

Size Content to Viewport

The contents of your page fit within the viewport. Learn more about sizing content to the viewport.

Size Tap Targets Appropriately

All of your page's links/buttons are large enough for a user to easily tap on a touchscreen. Learn more about sizing tap targets appropriately.

Use Legible Font Sizes

The text on your page is legible. Learn more about using legible font sizes.

Landing Page Redirects

Your page has no redirects. Learn more about avoiding landing page redirects

GZIP Compression

You have compression enabled. Learn more about enabling compression.

Leverage Browser Caching

You have enabled browser caching. Learn more about browser caching recommendations.

Server Response Time

Your server responded quickly. Learn more about server response time optimization.

Minify CSS

Your CSS is minified. Learn more about minifying CSS.

Minify HTML

Your HTML is minified. Learn more about minifying HTML.

Minify JavaScript

Your JavaScript content is minified. Learn more about minifying HTML.

Render-blocking JavaScript and CSS

You have no render-blocking resources. Learn more about removing render-blocking resources.

Optimize Images

Your images are optimized. Learn more about optimizing images.

Prioritize Visible Content

You have the above-the-fold content properly prioritized. Learn more about prioritizing visible content.

Google Page Speed Insight (Desktop)


Page Statistics




Page Speed

Landing Page Redirects

Your page has no redirects. Learn more about avoiding landing page redirects

GZIP Compression

You have compression enabled. Learn more about enabling compression.

Leverage Browser Caching

You have enabled browser caching. Learn more about browser caching recommendations.

Server Response Time

Your server responded quickly. Learn more about server response time optimization.

Minify CSS

Your CSS is minified. Learn more about minifying CSS.

Minify HTML

Your HTML is minified. Learn more about minifying HTML.

Minify JavaScript

Your JavaScript content is minified. Learn more about minifying HTML.

Render-blocking JavaScript and CSS

You have no render-blocking resources. Learn more about removing render-blocking resources.

Optimize Images

Your images are optimized. Learn more about optimizing images.

Prioritize Visible Content

You have above-the-fold content properly prioritized. Learn more about prioritizing visible content.

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