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Basic Analysis

Title

University of Khartoum

Great! You have a Title tag on your webpage and it is less than 70 chars.

Meta Desc

The roots of the University of Khartoum (U of K) go back to 1898 when Lord Kitchener of Khartoum proposed founding a college in memory of General Gordon. Funds for the proposed college were raised by private subscription, and the plans for the building were drawn by the Khedive's architect, Fabricus Pasha. The new college, named the Gordon Memorial College, was officially opened in 1902, although it was not until 1903 that the buildings were completed and the first batch of primary level students were admitted. The College however, was never intended to be solely a primary school. A secondary stratum was added in 1905 for the purpose of training assistant engineers and land surveyors, and in 1906 a four year course for the training of primary school teachers was established. In 1905 Sir Henry Welcome donated a fully equipped laboratory for bacteriological analysis, thus began the fruitful association between Khartoum and the Welcome Research Laboratories. In 1924, the College developed into a vocational secondary school concentrating on teaching the following disciplines: Sharia, Engineering, Teachers' Training, Clerical Work, Accounting and Science. In the same year Kitchener School of Medicine was established. The year 1936 witnessed the beginning of higher education in the Sudan with the establishment of the School of Law. By 1940 the College included schools of Agriculture, Arts, Law, Science, Engineering and Veterinary Science. Each School was attached to the government department in which the graduates would be expected to work. In January 1945, all these schools were brought under one administration in a special arrangement with the University of London. The College was upgraded in 1951 to become Khartoum University College. In the same year Kitchener School of Medicine was incorporated in the University College. The University of London set the examinations and awarded the degrees. The outstanding students were awarded bachelor degrees from the University of London and the rest obtained the College diplomas. The present University of Khartoum is the result of the natural transformation of the University College of Khartoum when the country became independent in 1956. The bill giving full University status to the College was passed by Parliament on 24th July 1956, since then, the University witnessed considerable expansion.

Although this is not relevant to Search Engine Optimization, but this text is shown in search results page, this is the first impression of your website the user sees. Therefore, it is recommended that you use this tag.

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University of Khartoum
uofk.edu
The roots of the University of Khartoum (U of K) go back to 1898 when Lord Kitchener of Khartoum proposed founding a college in memory of General Gordon....

Meta Keywords

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Although they are ignored by Search engines these days, doesn't hurt to have them on your website.

DocType

DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional

Good going, DocType will help your website render correctly on older-gen web browsers and well the bane of our existence Internet Explorer.

Encoding

utf-8

Again this helps in rendering special characters, it helps users and your SEO score as well.

Language

en-gb

Making the Search Engine aware of the language of your website increases readability of your webpage. Kudos here!

Dublin Core

No.

Load Analysis

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Favicon

uofk.edu favicon http://www.uofk.edu/plugins/system/jat3/jat3/base-themes/default/images/favicon.ico

Great that you have a favicon, helps identify your website in bookmarks, tabs but has no impact on SEO.

URL Analysis

Your URL's are perfectly formed, no need to change that.

Gzip Compression

Yes.

Sure thing, this will help your page load faster, reduce wait time and possibly increase pageviews.

Domain Age and Validity

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HTML Code Analysis

Text/HTML

4.78%

You should incorporate more textual content in your website, but if your website is not content based then try to focus on the little content that you have to make it keyword rich and matching in context to your webpage.

Headings

Its great that you are using proper headings on your webpage, it gives structure and also becomes more readable to the search crawler.

Images

Your webpage contains 13 image(s) and out of which 5 don't have alt attribute.

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1 <img src="/images/banners/lllmas4.png" alt="" width="94" height="94">
2 <img src="/images/banners/DSDOC4x1111.png" alt="" width="109" height="109" style="display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;">
3 <img src="/images/banners/book-library.png" alt="" width="99" height="99" style="display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;">
4 <img src="/images/banners/eeeje3.png" alt="" width="101" height="101" style="display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;">
5 <img src="/images/banners/Untitled-11.png" alt="" width="96" height="88" style="display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;">

An ALT attribute represents information about the image if it is not available or till its loading. It is a good practice to have an ALT attribute associated with all images, it helps in SEO as search engines can't see the image but can read the TITLE and ALT attributes.

Keywords

# Keyword Frequency
1 studies 7
2 university 6
3 khartoum 6
4 follow 5
5 sciences 4
6 sudan 4
7 library 3
8 admission 3
9 uofk 3

Tables

Your webpage contains 3 table(s) and 3 table(s) don't have thead section.

You do not have table headers, i.e. THEAD section in your tables, therefore, the crawler will not be able to interpret the content stored in tabular form and just read it as plain text rather than consolidated tabular data.

Inline CSS

No.

WooHoo! No inline CSS. Not just it reduces page size and load time, but a separate CSS file can be cached by the browser as well.

IFrames

No iFrames.

Nowadays, most social plugins use IFrames, and its content is not indexed therefore it doesn't matter much. But one should not put site's content in IFrames, which is always a good practice.

Flash

No Flash.

WooHoo! No Flash, although it is almost impossible to avoid flash when dealing with online video, it is avoidable in almost all other situations. Its great to see that you are going the right way.

Email Address

1 plain text email addresses.

You missed the mark here, email addresses in plain text are a beacon to spammers and scammers.

W3C Validity

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Mobile Analysis

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Social Analysis

Social Networking Service (SNS)

Social integration is extremely important and its great that you have a Facebook page, Twitter profile as well as a Google Plus page.

Social Share Count

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Facebook Fan Page Info

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Twitter Page Info

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Linking

Internal vs External Links

Internal Links: 65, External Links: 7 and Nofollow Links: 0.

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Page Indexed

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Visitor Analysis

By Country

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Security

Security Status

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Spammer Directory

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Server Signature

Off.

Its good that you have your server signature off, it helps in securing your website.

Others

Google Analytics

No.

Google Adsense

No.

Server Info

Web Server: Apache

Programming Language: N/A

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