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What our customers say
SortSite is a very good testing tool. It will test all pages it finds on the site.
This tool will scan a single or page or an entire site to test conformance with WCAG 2. Whereas the strength of most of the tools on this page is their depth of analysis, SortSite's strength is its breadth. This tool will test for many of the issues other tools do, but it will also find some issues that other tools don't cover. The other strength of this tool is the ability to scan an entire site, including password protected pages.
Finding the Sort Site tool has saved my company countless man hours, not to mention the money that we would have wasted compiling site audits manually. Sort Site does what would take a week in a number of hours and then displays the errors and corrective action in a easy to understand report. I highly recommend Sort Site to any serious Search Engine Marketer.
This simple test works very similarly to the desktop browser test, but gives much more useful data than just a screenshot. The "SortSite" test checks accessibility, broken links, browser code compatibility, search engine optimization and other usability issues...
Overall this is a very good tool for checking many aspects of your web site. Although it isn’t free, I think it's worth the price. You can use it for 30 days, using the trial version, before you decide. But if you need to check many sites, conducting the same tests over and over, I think it will definitely save you some time.
This review compares a number of link checking tools against a standard set of criteria.
Very easy to use, this tool can work with practically anything you feed it. Test it and decide for yourselves.
The SortSite tool scans websites for problems to guarantee sites work in all browsers including Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Opera and Chrome. Website Magazine
SortSite 3.0 verifies every page on a web site for over 400 quality issues. PCDistrict.com
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