Code to Text Ratio Checker
Code to text ratio represents the percentage of actual text on a web page compared to the percentage of HTML code, and it is used by search engines to calculate the relevancy of a web page.
A higher code to text ratio will increase your chances of getting a better rank in search engine results. Not all search engines use the code to text ratio, but some do… so it gives you a leading advantage over competitors and across all search engines when you do make it a priority to have a higher code to text ratio on your site.
To use this tool, simply enter the URL of any web page (don’t limit yourself to analyzing only the top level domain!) and hit enter. Your results will display the Page Size, Code Size, Text Size, and Code to Text Ratio—which is essentially the percentage of that page that is text.