About the-star.co.ke

Is a reliable website. We determined the efficiency score of the site as %56.
Site Title The Star, Kenya | News, World, Business, Sport, Opinion, Health, Classifieds and More and dmoz title is the Star!.
The website's html version is html3, IP Address is and Alexa Rank is 41462
Is the most visited of the Kenya.

Technologies for the-star.co.ke


RATE (Update Weekly)

% 56

HTML size of the-star.co.ke


HTML and text sizes are used in the main page of www.the-star.co.ke like the graph.

- HTML size is 127KB, compressed HTML and Text Size are 117KB and 21KB.

- There is up to 0 percent of the difference between the size of HTML and the compressed HTML size. If you can compress your HTML, you can have a smaller size site.

Security Information

Google Safe Browsing: No Risk
Siteadvisor Rating: Good
WOT Trustworthiness: Excelent
WOT Privacy: none
WOT Child Safety: none

Used Some Html Tags

HTML tags used in the main page of www.the-star.co.ke like the graph

Html Tag % Used
  head 1%1
  body 1%1
  iframe 1%2
  div 43%323
  span 1%6
  li 15%107
  img 4%27
  form 1%2
  input 1%2
  button 1%1
  option 8%55
  script 3%22
  article 4%25
  a 15%110
  figure 1%1
  ul 1%2
  h1 4%25
  header 3%20
  time 3%20

Dmoz Information

Title : the Star!

Description : The Star is now the third largest newspaper in Kenya and is still growing rapidly. It was launched in July 2007 as the Nairobi Star, a 32 page tabloid style newspaper concentrating on human interest stories in Nairobi and Kenya. Focus groups had said that Kenyans were fed up with politics and wanted something different in their newspapers. However the reality proved different. Kenyans expect a heavy dose of politics in their papers. In 2008 the paper switched to a more political general news format while retaining its original strong focus on society stories, english premier league sport, and inside political information. In 2008 the paper acquired its own printing press that gave it the capacity to cover late-breaking stories that it previously lacked. In 2009 it was rebranded as the Star (dropping the Nairobi moniker) and refocussed on national news and additional op-ed pages that provided an open forum for political debate.

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Visited by Browsers

Most using browsers visited this website

Browser % Using
   Internet Explorer 77% 23
   Android Browser 14% 4
   Chrome 10% 3

Visited by Operating System

Most using Operating System (OS) visited this website

OS (Operating System) % Using
   Windows Phone 77% 23
   Android 24% 7