The easiest way to monitor that your site is working as it should
Sitebot is a service that automates website testing and tirelessly monitors that your site works.
In beta, Sitebot tests your website's login. Its goal is to cover the most important website functionalities.
Downtime will eventually happen to everyone and leads to lost visitors and customers.
Get notified when anything goes wrong on your website.
Simpler monitors don't ensure that your website really works for visitors.
Sitebot tests that your site is working as it should.
Manually creating and maintaining tests takes valuable time.
Creating a Sitebot test is easy and only takes minutes.
Try Sitebot on your website before starting your trial. Enter your website homepage and Sitebot will check if it can log in.
The site needs to be in English.
The AI learns how sites work by visiting hundreds of unique websites. It's algorithms get better over time as it tests more websites.
With Sitebot, you don't need to maintain your own tests. When you make changes to your site, Sitebot will still understand it.
The only way to make sure that your website is working for your visitors is to visit your site with a real web browser.
Sitebot helps you to find problems quickly by emailing you screenshots and error messages as soon as things go wrong.
All plans are on sale while Sitebot is in beta. Secure your beta pricing by starting today! Contact for custom plans.
Test runs every hour
Test runs every 5 minutes
Your host may monitor that your site is technically online, but does not check that it's working as intended. Sitebot makes sure your website is really working as it should.
Depending on how your tests are set up, they may not catch every error. Errors like broken HTML or JS may only be discoverable using an actual browser.
Sitebot will perform other tests in the future. Logging in to a website is an essential task that may fail due to many reasons.
In the beta phase, Chrome is the only browser to run tests with because it's the most popular one. Running tests with Firefox and Internet Explorer are on the development roadmap.
All test passwords are encrypted using AES-256 with a secret key. When a test runs, the program decrypts the encrypted test password (the unencrypted password is only visible to the program). You should create a test user with minimum permissions to run tests. Your user account password is secured using a more secure one-way encryption.
It's not a superintelligent AI; it's an AI in a way that it simulates the way a real human makes decisions on a website. It learns patterns from websites to understand how other sites work.