Title: The title is a general description of your site between 10-80 characters.
Meta Keywords: these are the categories and topics that will help define your sites use.
Size: Shows the size of the HTML used on your site.
Compressed Size: This is the size of the HTML on your site once it has been compressed.
Text Size: This is the size of the pure text on your site, after HTML has been removed.
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Charset: ASCII was the first character encoding standard (also called character set). ASCII defined 127 different alphanumeric characters that could be used on the internet: numbers (0-9), English letters (A-Z), and some special characters like! $ + – () @ .ANSI (Windows-1252) was the original Windows character set, with support for 256 different character codes.
Code Type: This is what type of coding was used in the design of your site.
HTML Version: This shows the version of the coding you used in the design of your site.
Robots.txt: This is to let the robots.txt used by the search engines, know how to navigate your site. We advise that you use robots.txt.
Responsive: Shows whether or not your site is compatible with tablet computers and mobile devices. Use: you can show this with the tag:.
Rank: Is your sites rank among the other sites in the world.
Country Rank: Is your sites ranked among the other sites in your country.
Most Search Queries: This is how your site was found on.
PageRank: Google ranks sites on a scale of 0-10. The higher the rank, the better and more favorable this site is considered for Google.
Analytic: Google, along with being the worlds largest search engine. One of these services is Analytic. With a tiny code added to your site, Analytic allows you to track all user data on your site. A few of its free services are: Real time user data User data in general User data by location Traffic sources Audience view A retrospective view of all user entries and data and content.