1) The User Login Test
By default Drupal sets the user login page as /user, so the test is simply type in the websites url followed by /user. If the site goes to a login page you can confirm it by looking at the default format with Username and Password.
You can also get variants of "Create new account", "Log In", and "Request new password" tabs on the top of the page.
2) jQuery and Drupal JS includes test
Go to any page of the website and view page source.
Under the head tag if you see the following code
that means it passes this test.
3) URL hacking for text files
Type in your website with /robots.txt
This file can be quite common in most websites for web crawling improvements. In the case of Drupal the default robots.txt file disallows certain non-clean URLs.
# Paths (no clean URLs) Disallow: /?q=admin/ Disallow: /?q=comment/reply/ Disallow: /?q=contact/ Disallow: /?q=logout/ Disallow: /?q=node/add/ Disallow: /?q=search/ Disallow: /?q=user/password/ Disallow: /?q=user/register/ Disallow: /?q=user/login/ Disallow: /?q=search/
This blocks out some of the pages such as our user login, logout, admin, etc. pages that are not needed to be crawled by Google.
4) The Weak Div test
This is a test to determine if the site is using the default block.tpl.php theming. On one of the pages where you think there are blocks or separated sections, open up firebug or view page source. In most cases hardcoded blocks have div tags like:
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