Top site this quarter with an Index of 10.00 is Harrogate Borough Council http://www.harrogate.gov.uk/10.0
The site that demonstrated the greatest improvement is South Cambridgeshire District Council rising 228 places to rank 22 (Index of 7.07).7.1
|Next Top Sites|
|2nd||Orkney Islands Council|
|3rd||Richmondshire District Council|
|4th||Broxtowe Borough Council|
|5th||Scarborough Borough Council|
|6th||North Devon Council|
|Next Most Improved Sites|
|215||Maldon District Council|
|194||Broxtowe Borough Council|
|184||Guildford Borough Council|
|181||North Tyneside Council|
The reviewing and subsequent benchmarking of the sites was completed on 20th August, in all we carried out 290,572,542 checks - testing function, checking compliance and measuring performance - reviewing the page content, code and delivery infrastructure. Functionally Harrogate Borough Council was top, Rushcliffe Borough Council had the fastest response time with Rushcliffe Borough Council reporting the best HTML 'code quality'.
The full results and access to the Sitemorse INDEX, 2018 Q3/UK Local Government : web benchmark : South Cambridgeshire District Council rises 228. is available at: https://sitemorse.com/index/report.html?rt=1437
Using our software, we look at each site individually, mapping out every combination of every one of the top 125 pages and complete around 1,200 tests, checks and measures across User Experience (UX), Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) and Search Capability (SEO). Against the results, our benchmarking methodology is applied to provide a ranked table - the results are then published as the "" INDEX.
The quarterly INDEX Website Review looks at major public and private sectors as the independent benchmark identifying how websites are performing, meeting compliance levels and satisfying their users. It's also a key indicator for website managers who, while always wanting to be at the top of their game, could be hampered by poor-performing suppliers, non-compliant legacy content or content management systems that often fail to spot errors affecting user experience.