With our new tracking scripts reports, you can easily identify tracking scripts on your site, helping you to set up and maintain your consent management platform, helping you to stay compliant with GDPR.
We have integrated Google’s Core Web Vitals metrics into the Ryte Suite! With our new Web Vitals report, you can analyze the performance of your entire domain at once and see the data in a clear visualisation, so you can easily and quickly identify high-priority pages that you need to work on.
The revamped issue reports in Website Success make it easier for you to find and fix your website’s technical errors.
A sitemap.xml is a list of all URLs of your website, and is machine-readable. It helps Google crawl and index your website efficiently. In this article we show you how you can create, monitor and optimize your sitemap.xml file.
The Ryte Crawler uses an optimized Chrome browser with Google Lighthouse audits. Analyze your entire website with the Ryte crawler to get the most comprehensive analysis and make sure your website is free of mistakes.
Are you using alt attributes to optimize your website images optimized for search engines? Find out in this article how to check whether your alt attributes are implemented properly.
The hreflang attribute is important for managing different language versions of multilingual websites. With Ryte, you can easily check your implementation of hreflang tags, and detect errors.
Ensuring that your server is constantly accessible is important so that your web project can be always be visited by users and the Googlebot.
Parameters play an important role when a client, such as a browser, retrieves server resources. The parameters ensure that the correct resource is retrieved.
Have you already converted your website to HTTPS? With Ryte you can identify your remaining HTTP pages in just a few steps – read on to find out how.
In this article, we explain the importance of the robots.txt file, and how you can monitor your robots.txt with Ryte’s software to ensure a great website performance.