This website collects anonymous data about websites, domains, tld and other internet services and presents you them in pretty graphs. The statistics are updated continuously.
Most people host their websites in the country they live in, but where do people prefer to host abroad?
Our ever growing database of domains is being updated continuously.
HTTPS should be the default for all websites that handle personal information. Google loves websites with HTTPS as well. Still only very few website encrypt communications.
Open Graph rich tags are used by search engines and social networks to better understand your content.
Internet explorer historically needed css adjustments because Microsoft would not care to make their browsers compatible with the web standards. We detect how many websites still use special code specifically for IE.
By detecting the generator meta tag we can see what site builders are popular.
Which HTTP Pre-Processor is the most popular?
HTTP/2 is the next big thing, how many websites support this new protocol?
For every website in our database we detect where they are hosted, it is interesting to see that some countries host almost all their websites abroad.
Flash is dead, only a few websites (and countries) use it.
Facebook is a popular source of traffic. Many websites use the like buttons and single login features. We detect if a website has defined their Facebook AppId in the html.
For each domain we detect where they have hosted their email accounts. So you can clearly see who are the big players.
Wildcard SSL Certificates are used by companies that need to encrypt many domain names.
Which webcrawlers/spiders are banned most often by the robots.txt?
How many websites are still using these old HTML Tags?
Which PHP version is the most popular?
What companies or organizations give out the most SSL Certificates?.
What web server software is the most popular.
IPv6 support for websites should be 100% in a perfect world, but our statistics show that very few websites support it.
Gzip compresses the data sent from the website to the webbrowser, it just makes browsing websites much faster and it saves bandwidth.
Websites often also have a iOS app, we detect how many websites use the official iOS tag to advertise their app on mobile devices.
Often the most useful domains are already taken. How many websites actually use a dash in their domain name instead?
Does the average HTML size of a front page change over time?
Do websites still use Meta keywords now that Google ignores them?