Time to review your Magento site performance?
Start with our Magento Code Audit

A Magento code audit, or Magento technical assessment as it is sometimes called, is the equivalent of an all-inclusive health check-up. During the audit, we take an in-depth look at the site’s code to compute the overall health of your Magento website. We then propose the required actions to remove any Magento performance issues and improve site performance so you can reach your eCommerce business goals.

Trojan, Virus & Malware Removal

Remove all types of malware that pretend to be something useful, helpful, or fun while actually causing harm or potentially stealing credit card data while payments are processed. Ensure a virus-free website.

Boost Performance

Improve your front end optimisation by focusing on clean code, compressing images, minimising external requests, implementing a CDN, and a variety of other methods to improve performance.

Coding Standard Review

Intended to find and fix redundant code and mistakes overlooked in the initial development phase, improving both the overall quality & cleanliness of website code as per the web standards.

Easy To Understand Audit Report

We deliver a straightforward Magento code audit report which is simple for your developers to implement, or we can make the required changes for you.

Neutral Analysis

Our comprehensive neutral code analysis involves a security expert with strong development experience and proven analytical capabilities to identify programming and logical errors.

What is covered in the Magento technical code audit?

A Magento code audit involves a deep dive into the source code of the website application to ascertain bugs/issues, security, performance, and violations of standard coding formats.

The Magento code review looks at all aspects that can have an impact on online store website performance and is split up into three specific areas:

Magento core

code audit

  • Full review of Magento codebase
  • Performance review (highlighting core issues)
  • Review of theme and front-end assets
  • Review of database performance and issues
  • Review of caching, indexing and check out issues

Third party

code audit

  • Review of all third party extensions
  • Detailed review of all custom extensions
  • Transparent assessment of extension quality
  • Third party application source code review
  • Identification of possible performance enhancement

Security & support

code audit

  • Review of security patches and known vulnerabilities
  • Adding security services that may be of value
  • Data flow analysis
  • Configuring admin panel settings
  • Monitor and track patterns of insecure code