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saunders-solutions says

I always use three tools to check websites for coding errors I thought I would post the link to my favourite so developers can ensure they have good clean code.

http://www.powermapper.com/products/sortsite/checks/seo-checks.htm

I notice a lot of templates use an import for the css which is not good there are some amazing developers out their however from an end users point of view I don’t like spending hours cleaning up the code before I start setting up my content.

Another site I use for testing load speed is http://gtmetrix.com/ these are both free services and could help improve the various template designs being offered and will save the customer time trying to fix bugs

just a suggestion

Mike

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