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The OnPage Score (OPS) helps web operators to have a better idea about the level of optimization of your website, even compared to other sites.

General information

The OnPage Score is displayed on a scale of 1 to 100 in the overview of the project administration panel and describes how well the project domain has been optimized overall. To calculate the OPS, all URLs in the domain are taken into account, weighted and a total value is determined. Through this evaluation, potential problems and potentials of the domain can be directly identified and can be derive the appropriate measures for its optimization.

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Using the OPS in Ryte Software

The OPS is a statistical value that calculates the optimization status of the project domain based on various OnPage factors (such as the loading time of web pages and the use of ALT tags). Then all the factors are weighted and internally normalized. It can happen that different values may depend on each other and that many small errors can be weighted in a similar way to a few serious errors.

If you decide to have access in action and make better use of your potential, both the IPO and the OPS should constantly increase. Web optimization for mobile devices or the elimination of 404 errors are some of the actions that can increase the IPO.