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The Code to Ratio is the percentage of actual text on a certain web page. The HTML code that is placed on the website is referred to as the code, whereas the text is the actual write-up or written material on the page. A higher text-to-HTML ratio suggests a more enjoyable user experience.
A high text-to-code ratio increases the likelihood of your website ranking higher in search engine results. Because most search engines use the code to text ratio, having a greater text to HTML ratio on your website provides you an edge over your competition and across all search engines.
Excessive HTML code on a web page might result in a long loading time on a visitor's browser. As a result, the user experience will be unpleasant because most web page users have a poor tolerance for sluggish page loading speed.
AllToolSet created this code-to-text ratio tool for this reason. It can extract text from paragraphs and anchor text from HTML code on a page and then determine the content ratio.