How to know the complete information of a website?

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Maybe you have many questions in your mind, how to know the complete information of a website? How to know the owner of a website? Who is the owner of the website? Where websites are placed? Is the web using ASP.NET, PHP, Umbraco, WordPress,Joomla, CodeIgniter, Drupal, or something else?

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How to know the complete information of a website or domain?

We will tell you some online tools that has useful function to describe complete information of a website. Here there are :

1. builtwith.com

This tool can be used to find out detailed information about what technologies used by the website. Whether using blogger or wordpress, layouts created with bootstrap, to whether the website is using a CDN like Amazon or another.

2. developers.google.com

This tool can be used to determine the access speed of a website, whether if it is opened by phone or from the desktop. Google Developers will give his result in the percentage form.

3. who.is

This tool can be used to determine the owner identity of the domain, whether it addresses, phone numbers or email, or when the website was first created, and registration information.

4. popuri.us

This tool can be used to determine the popularity of a website, by looking at its social media, or by looking at the page rank of the website.

5. modern.ie

This tool can be used to see compatibility of a website if it’s opened with various browsers.

6. semrush.com

This tool can be used to find out information about your website competitors. Perhaps you want to know what are the keywords that are important from their website.

7. whoishostingthis.com

This tool can be used to find out information about web hosting provider that used by a website.

8. myip.ms

This tool can be used to determine the number of daily visitors of a website, their web hosting provider, even any website that uses the same hosting provider with that website.

9. Cloud Monitor

This one tool can be used to determine whether a website can be opened in a particular country or not. This tool has 30 monitoring stations throughout the world, including China, Turkey, and even Egypt. If the result shows the ping packet losts (100%), it means the website is not accessible in the region.