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Top of the league and best site overall was Next (www.next.co.uk). At the bottom of the table, representing the poorest site overall, was Diageo (www.diageo.com).

For a copy of the full report, please email FTSE_0305@sitemorse.com

Website Function
3 sites were error free this month and 15 sites had 10 errors or less. The site with the highest number of error occurrences was Wolseley (www.wolseley.com) with over 10,000.

Website Compliance
Accessibility Compliance – results of automated testing against the mandatory requirements of Priority 1 (A) Accessibility: 8 sites scored 100%, 42 sites scored 90%+ and 9 sites achieved a score of less than 1%.
HTML – The site with the lowest number of warnings [HTML standards compliance within the requirements laid down by W3C and IETF] was Daily Mail General Trust (www.dmgt.co.uk) with 2. Diageo (www.diageo.com) had the poorest HTML with over 104,000 failures.

Website Performance
31 sites passed all basic speed tests, looking at first page download and simulated as being viewed by users home [56k] and ADSL [512k] access.
The site with the fastest response time was Emap (www.emap.com); British American Tobacco (www.bat.com) had the slowest response time, and was 162 times slower than Emap.

The site with the fastest download speed was Smith and Nephew (www.smith-nephew.com); British American Tobacco (www.bat.com) had the slowest download speed and was 139 times slower than Smith and Nephew.

Following sites were excluded;

For further details or to request interview please contact
Nicholas Le Seelleur
0870 759 3300

Published on: 12:00AM on 6th April 2005