Paste up to 10 webpages to view their Code to text ratio: (one url on each line)
Ratio between code and text is mainly a factor when page loads. Google and other SEs classify fast loading pages more valued and standout than slower ones, but they consider the factor of Code to Text ratio. So, one should keep this ratio between 25 to 75% but it’s not a really very hard and fast rule.
It’s a simple and straightforward tool that is capable to precisely look into your webpages and calculates an exact ratio of your code to text. Using this tool is as simple as just working on two steps only. Just paste the webpage link and click ‘Check Ratio’ button. You get the measurement of your code and text separately in Kilobytes and finally you get the %age of Code to Text ratio. This tool enables you to check Code to Text Ratio for multiple pages up to 10 maximum as well.