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Website accessibilities and potential errors

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By Jasmin Gallant in the group COMP 266 September 9, 2019 - 9:56am

I have, while making my portfolio amd going threw debugging and fixing error, found out that you can use online tools to scan your website for potential errors. 

These are the tools that I used.

Make a google search for:

- seositecheckup

- achecker

- powermapper

These tools can give you insights on managing your website to bring it to it's full potential. I myself will be correcting some issues in the future and adding new features to my website. This will be of great help in the marketing and accessibility of my website through the internet.

These tools also help point out some potential errors you can have in your code or even some hints on bringing your website to speed.

I found some things I did not know about and will be making some modifications throughout the next weeks to make my website better while adding new content and features as well.