The Free WordPress Website Tune Up and Testing Tool
No, you have just reached the next step. A step I call an "After Publishing Tune Up". If you don't do this your efforts will be somewhat wasted.
That is what the 32V8 Web Tool is specifically designed to do. An "After Publishing Tune Up".
If you have come here to do a quick 20 seconds to 1 minute scan through this post to evaluate if this tool is of any use to you, then you may well be wasting your time.
Although the tool is simple to operate, you need to understand how to get started and what this tool can offer you.
It will read the 2000 posts and 1000 pages of big WordPress sites such as / and spit out all the data, so your average WordPress Website will be super simple to handle.
Yes, it's 17 minutes, but the tune up tool will save you much more time than this once you get an understanding of it.
At a Glance - What is the 32V8 Website Tune Up Tool?
The 32V8 Website Tune Up Tool takes you to a range of online testing tools based on a website URL. If you have a WordPress Website with a sitemap, then you can use this.
I use it to see how it looks like on the live site using my web browser. I also use it to go directly to the comments section on a page, to check and verify visitor comments and check my responses.
Using this system, I can also quickly check my posts on Google search to see if my SERP stars rating code was doing what it was designed to do by showing the structured data supporting google rich snippets.
I can also check out the websites of my competitors.
Getting Started Videos
32V8 Website Tune Up Introductory Video
This is my first ever audio-video series, so please don't be too unkind to an old man.
32V8 WebTool Website Tune Up Supplementary Video
This video covers the functions of the new Domain Button.
How much does the 32V8 Tune Up Tool cost?
This is free. There are no catches, no email sign-ups necessary and no trial periods. Zero. Zilch. Nothing. Free is pretty cheap, so discounts aren't available to Seniors, Military, or Students.
Ready to get going? Here's a quick run down of how it works
There's two choices for getting started with the Tune Up Tool.
Option 1 - Follow the steps below for Sitemap and Posts and Pages.
Option 2 - Watch the 15 minute video located just under the navigation links above. This is a step by step on how each function of the tool works. If you take the time to look at the videos you'll get a good understanding of each of the functions.
Process Steps - Sitemap
Follow these steps to start the Sitemap process
Click on the Sitemap Button.
Don't click on Reset. This is like a Refresh function.
You should see a new web page with anor similar file showing.
If you don't, no need to go any further, you don't have a Compatible Sitemap. Click here to find out more.
Process Steps - Pages and Posts
Please follow the next steps to complete the process.
Go back to the 32V8 tab and Click on the Posts or Pages Button. This will give you a list of posts or pages.
Click on any Post / Page in the list.
A pop-up box will appear with several Action Buttons on it.
A Step by Step Guide on how to use this for Posts & Pages
Once you have your list of either posts or pages, click on the URL in the list that you want to investigate. A pop up box appears with the Action Buttons. (A full explanation of each of these is further below).
Clicking on the first Action Button option that is 01 Site, will take you to a new browser tab with the post selected displayed.
When you go back to the 32V8 tab, the pop up Action Button box will still be showing.
If you click on the Action Button that is marked 03 Google, this takes you to a new Google web page showing your post URL in the Google search box. All the search results will be showing.
If you click on the Action Button that is marked 06 GTMetrix, your selected URL will be loaded and ready for you to hit the Test this Site button to get your GTMetrix results.
A Quick Guide to the Command Buttons
Will Clear the contents of the URL input box, which is to the left of the Clear button. To the right of the Clear button (or below on a phone) is a drop down menu which shows the selection of the previous URLs entered. Just click on the one you wish to select next.
This will gather up and display a list of all posts on your site in alphabetical order.
This will display a list of all the pages on your site in alphabetical order.
This will use only the base URL of the domain.
See Domain Action Commands
Opens a new page and displays your Sitemap. This will verify that your Sitemap file is accessible. Google loves Sitemaps, so this is important.
Clears all of the current information and refreshes the 32V8 tool. This clears out all posts, pages, as well as the address URL and the drop down selection box.
The Copy button will appear on Posts and Pages only. Copies the full listing to your clipboard. This will allow you to copy your list into a Word-processor for editing, printing etc., or allow you to send the data XL or Google Spread Sheets for building your own tables.
See 32V8 Web Tool Tips Tip 5
Convert your WordPress XML Sitemap posts to Google Docs or other popular CSV Spreadsheets using 32V8.
A Quick Guide to the Action Buttons
All actions open up in a new blank page in your browser, and all will auto-start with the exception of GTMetrix. To get GTMetrix going, you must click on Test Your Site.
Opens web site post or page.
As above, but cursor is positioned at comments on the post if they are available. If not present, then it simply opens the post.
Opens your post in Google search box. This shows SERP Stars and how your entry appears.
04 Speed Insights
Runs Google Speed Insights Test.
05 Rich Results
Runs Google Rich Results Test.
Runs GTMetrix (Must click On Test Your Site)
Runs Image Tester. Mainly for Optimization.
Runs Image Tester. This shows scalable images in detail and is great for re-sizing images.
Performance and SEO.
A popular alternative Search Engine to Google.
CDN Speed Test.
A popular alternative Search Engine to Google.
How the Domain Command Function Works
The Domain command doesn't need a post or page as it acts only on your base URL.
There are some very nice online tools around. You will be able to launch straight into these with 32V8, as you don't have to paste or type your URL into them.
BTW The Domain Command doesn't need a valid Sitemap file, so you can check competitor's sites for structures, themes, affiliates, etc.
You may have noticed that various online tools need your Domain name in different formats, I have catered for this with three versions of your domain, so that every variant is covered.
Full = Full domain name. Example:
Short = Short domain name. Example:
Name = Domain name only. Example:
Domain Command Functions Explained
You can search in YouTube in any of the three Domain name variants of Full, Short, or Name only.
You can search in Facebook in any of the three variants.
Note - You must be logged into your Facebook account for this action.
Google Search Console. Full Domain must be used.
Note - You must be logged into your Google account for this action.
Full or Short usable.
Full or Short usable.
Short only usable.
Why stop at just your website?
What Sitemaps will 32V8 work with?
Currently the Sitemaps it will work on are:
Don't worry if you're not sure if you have afile. WordPress has a default built-in Sitemap. If you have no other installed, this should work straight out of the box.
32V8 has been designed to work with Yoast and All In One SEO Pack as well.
If you want to switch between Yoast and WordPress, you need to switch off XML sitemaps in your Yoast settings and WordPress will automatically kick in. You don't need to re-index your site with Google. In fact don't do this, unless you are making this a permanent change. You can simply switch Yoast Sitemap back on after you have done the testing.
You should be able to do the same thing with Jetpack, or any other Plugins that supports XML Sitemaps.
If you do decide to try switching Sitemap schemes, you may have to clear cache on your caching program(s) such as WP Rocket, or WP Fast Cache, your server, your browser, and any CDN systems you have in place.
* This tool is yet to be tested on other non-WP sites.
Why are alternative sitemaps offered?
Alternatives are offered because many sitemap companies boast that they have better Google searchable Sitemaps than a standard vanilla flavored sitemap.
How have I been doing before now?
I have been developing WordPress web sites for many years. During this time, I have been continually testing posts and pages with various free online tools that are readily available.
When I wanted to test a page's loading speed, I would copy the URL of my post (or page) and run it through GTMetrix, for example.
To make life easier, I built a sub directory system on my PC hard drive, so that I could see and easily select a post. I could then send that post URL to the online tool I wanted to use by clicking on that link on my hard drive.
Something similar can be done with Google Sheets, but I preferred to have it on my PC's hard drive.
By creating this navigation system on my PC, it meant that I could find the URL all of my websites post and page's quickly, and then click through to send it to the online tool I needed.
Why did I develop this Tool?
I found that I was accessing this sub-directory list frequently to monitor and test the same pages and posts against various online tools, or check the same things such as SERP Stars and visitor comments.
As I was doing this, I thought it would be easier if this could be an all-in-one operation, and I also thought it may be something other people could find useful too.
Click here to have a look at the videos to quickly explore and explain the rest of the commands.
Will 32V8 work on non-WordPress sites?
I have been developing WordPress web sites for so many years that I really have had tunnel vision at this point.
Then the penny dropped - will 32V8 work on any web site that has a sitemap readable by the 32V8 web tune up tool?
The sitemap must have a post and page type of structure in order for 32V8 to work correctly. That is the only requirement. I need some users to give me a little feedback here.
What do these online sites that 32V8 has sent us to, do?
Hopefully most web developers will recognize many of these sites and they will be self explanatory. I am currently working on a new info post to cover these online testing tools in detail.
What about other commands / functions in the future?
This really depends on the acceptance of this Web-Tool.
I need a few users to give me some feedback, so I can judge if I want to throw more $$dollarsbucks at this project.
What is the largest site that this tool can handle?
really tries it out, but it has worked on all of the largest sites tried to date, with no problems at all.
Other larger WordPress sites of interest are:
Which of course is fairly new.
I found the tool quite useful yet simple. Really good work. Kudos! I can't promise a direct mention; however, I've shared it with my team and I am sure one of the writers, marketing people would mention it somewhere in article, newsletters, etc...
Best regards, Vishakha Patel / support codeinwp.com
The 32V8 Tune-Up Tool has saved me hours of work!
I have 4 WordPress websites. I check loading speeds after posting an article, as well as periodically. This is necessary but also time consuming.
Then I gave the 32V8 website tune-up tool a go. It has a short, sharp learning curve, but boy, it is worth it!
This makes some of the mundane tasks of owning and checking on my websites health, quick and simple.
Website Owner // www.seadragonlife.com