A simple site launch checklist checker (for the lack of a better name).
After (or is it before?) lanching a new site, you often want to validate it against a checklist and make sure the title is filled, gzip is enabled, robots.txt and sitemap.xml are all there etc. kupo is built to help you with this tedious task. Just key in the site's address, hit ENTER, and it will check for:
- Title and description tags
- App icons' existence
- A character set
- A doc type
- A favicon
altattributes on images
robots.txt(and makes sure them bots are allowed)
sitemap.xmlfor SEO purpose oh God I hate this
- Gzip to be enabled
- Google Analytics to be installed
- Those OpenGraph tags that Facebook asks for
- Those funny markups that Twitter inquires
- …and more to come (or so I hope)
As this tool is built on top of Vue and Laravel, your environment must meet their requirements. You'll also need a decent Node version (mine is
v6.9.1) and yarn. Now from your command line, execute this bunch of commands:
git clone https://github.com/phanan/kupo.git cd kupo composer install php artisan kupo:init php artisan serve // kupo should now have been started at http://localhost:8000/
Depending on your needs, you may want to add more rules into kupo. In order to do so, just follow these certain steps:
- Create a new Rule class:
php artisan make:rule FunnyBunnyMustBeSeen
app\Rules\FunnyBunnyMustBeSeen.phpand fill the class with your logic. Basically, you'll need to make sure
check()returns a truthy/falsy value, indicating if the rule passes/fails. Other methods should be self-explanatory.
- Now add
App\Rules\FunnyBunnyMustBeSeen::classto the array found in
- That should be it!
If you feel like a certain rule should be added, please contribute! Just fork and follow the same steps as described in the above "Extend" section, except the file in step 3 should be
config/rules.php instead. Create a passing test, make a PR, and I'll be more than happy to consider. Of course, bug fixes and any other kind of contributions are welcome, too!
MIT © Phan An