Because so much information is now available online, websites are a huge category. Think carefully about what type of website you're looking at (blog, encyclopedia, university news story) and what type of information is on it. How can you tell?
Additionally, think about evaluating the overall quality of the website information, using many of the same techniques as news evaluation.
The CRAAP test is just one method for determining what kind of quality a resource is. It's useful for all resources, but especially so for anything you find outside of the scholarly world.