Table of contents
Accessibility & Validation
This CSS file intends to warn developers about possible risks and mistakes that exist in HTML code. It can also be used to roughly evaluate a site's quality by simply including it as an external stylesheet.
This tool will show you how readable selected text is on a page. The readability guidelines are based on WCAG 2 Level AAA Conformance. Note, there is no readability requirement for WCAG 2, Level AA Conformance. The results are based on six tests.
The premise of revenge.css is simple: A CSS bookmarklet that uses selectors to find bad markup, displaying ugly pink error messages in comic sans serif wherever you write bad HTML.
This set of tools allows you to check for several aspects of Web accessibility that other tools do not. It is not designed to replace any other tools, but rather to supplement them.
Check whether lines are between 45 and 75 characers, for optimal readability; this especially helps with font sizing for responsive web design.
CSS styles to highlight problematic and malformed html
A tweet-sized debugger for visualizing your CSS layouts. Outlines every DOM element on your page a random (valid) CSS hex color.
debugCSS is meant to be loaded on an existing page to highlight potentially broken, malformed or legacy (X)HTML.
Web fonts are here, sparking an exciting new era in web design. FFFFALLBACK makes it easy to find the perfect fallback fonts, so that your designs degrade gracefully.
FontFriend is a bookmarklet for typographically obsessed web designers. It enables rapid checking of fonts and font styles directly in the browser without editing code and refreshing pages, making it the ideal companion for creating CSS font stacks.
Identify webfonts on any site.
View any site from all angles.
Basic looks at type and layout.
A bookmarklet that helps preview Google Web Fonts live on any website.
CriticalCSS Bookmarklet and Devtool Snippet.js
This project is a bookmarklet for stress testing the CSS on any given webpage. It indexes all the elements and their classes, and then--class by class--it removes one, and times how long it takes to scroll the page. Selectors that save a considerable amount of time when removed indicate problem areas.
Analyses the pagespeed of the current page
A bookmarklet to create a front-end performance heatmap of resources loaded in the browser using the Resource Timing API. A browser with support for the Resource Timing API is required.
Bookmarklet to analyze the current page through the Resource Timing API, Navigation Timing API and User-Timing - requests by type, domain, load times, marks and more - sort of a light live WebPageTest.
This class provides a simple info box that will help you monitor your code performance. FPS Frames rendered in the last second. The higher the number the better. MS Milliseconds needed to render a frame. The lower the number the better.
Timing.js is a small set of helpers for working with the Navigation Timing API to identify where your application is spending its time. Useful as a standalone script, DevTools Snippet or bookmarklet.
YSlow analyzes web pages and why they're slow based on Yahoo!'s rules for high performance web sites
Search Engine Optimization
Displays SEO and social metadata information.
A One-Stop SEO Bookmarklet to Quickly Review On-Site SEO