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Helpful Tools and Links to help Track your Website's Activities


Without so much dilly-dallying, here's a list of things to help you track your website's activities as the post title says.

Note: Get everything free from google's services

To know how much RAM your webpage eats:
  1. Using chrome, type this in the address bar and press enter: chrome://memory-redirect/
  2.  Likewise, using mozilla firefox: about:memory
  3. Without help from your browser, if you are using windows 7: add cpu-meter gadget on your desktop (I find this the easiest).
Before opening a certain internet browser, take note of how much ram your computer has, look at your cpu-meter and see how much ram is being used. Then open your browser and notice the changes. Next, go to your website and see how much ram your website eats based on the changes in the cpu-meter.

To know how your website looks on different gadgets:
  1. Go to mobiletest.me
  2. Go to http://mattkersley.com/responsive/ (this is the most accurate I've encountered so far)

To test how fast your website is:
  1. tools.pingdom.net
  2. https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/ (this will help you know which scripts and css properties need changes to improve your website)
  3. gtmetrix.com

To compile or compress scripts you use for your website:
  1. http://closure-compiler.appspot.com/home

To host your files with free 15G storage:
  1. drive.google.com

If you're using Google Analytics and you don't want to include in your counter your own visits,
  1. Add in your chrome app Analytics-blocker
  2.  Add in your browser app (chrome or firefox) Ghostery

Well, that's it for today!

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