How to Know Everything About a Website




Some online tools to know everything about websites including their hosting provider, DNS, owner details and more

1 just-ping.com —to determine if a particular website or blog is accessible from other countries. Unlike other online ping services that have service in a couple of locations, Just Ping has 30 monitoring stations across the world. If the ping results say 100% Packet Loss, most likely the site is inaccessible from that region.

2who.is — If you want to know the contact address, email and phone number of the website owner, this free whois lookup service will help. This is a universal lookup service meaning it can simultaneously query the whois database of all popular domain registrars.

3 whoishostingthis.com — Enter the URL of any website and this online service will show you the name of the company where that website is hosted. This may come handle if you need the contact information of the web hosting provider.

4 popuri.us— to estimate the relative popularity of a website on social sites like Twitter, Google+ and Facebook. It also display the Google Pagerank of a website and the Web of Trust matrix.

5 chillingeffects.org — if there’s a copyright related complaint against a website, a copy of that letter is archived in the Chilling Effects database. Anyone can query this public database to know about all the copyright infringement complaints against a particular website.

6 myip.ms— MyIP.ms offers a comprehensive report of any website or I.P. Address. You get to know about the hosting provider, the physical location of a website, the IP Address change history of a website and the DNS information.

7 modern.ie— This will help test your website’s compatibility with various web browsers and detects coding errors that might cause problems. The site is integrated with BrowserStackso you can quickly know how your site looks on different devices and browsers.

8 httparchive.org —is a repository of all performance related metrics for a website. It keeps a record of the size of pages, their average load time and the number of failed requests (missing resources) over time.

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