Website Launch Checklist: 25 Things to Test Before Your Site Goes Live Launching a website is a little like making homemade soup. You’ve got many ingredients coming together, and before you’re done adding them, you sample it to see that you got it just right. But this step – the testing – is often ignored before a site goes live. Testing a new website can seem overwhelming. Most websites have writers, web developers, marketers, search engine optimizers, and network administrators coming together to create the site. For the Writer or Editor Writers and editors have strong attention to detail when it comes to the written content on your site. 1. Check for proper spelling, typos, and grammar site-wide. 2. Fill out the forms on the site and go through the following questions: Can the flow be improved? 3. Check the size of your page sizes and their load time. Download Google ChromeNavigate to your page in ChromePress F12View “network” tabBehold! While Step 3 may appear technical, it doesn’t require a very technical person in order to be useful. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
Ultimate List Of Web Design Checklists: Get Work Done! When building a website, there are so many things and aspects to keep in mind. It often happens that in that mess we forget about some basic things like favicon or maybe about dummy content removal from test site. It’s much easier to go trough all those things when you have all of them written down. In this article you are going to find bunch of different checklists, questionnaires and tips covering almost everything for an upcoming website. You probably will need just one of these tools, so choose carefully. Client Checklists 1. This article will help you create a prospect qualification questionnaire that can be used via telephone or Internet or in face-to-face meetings. 2. Reading some of these questions and following some guidelines will also save you and your client plenty of headaches throughout the process and pave the way to a lasting and trusting relationship. 3. 22 Questions to Ask Before Developing a Website Detailed questionnaire that you can stick to to ease your work. 5. 6. 8.
Tsunami fears for Auckland coast A "worst-case scenario" tsunami for Auckland would swamp the Viaduct and make Devonport an island, a council report shows. But none of the scenarios modelling the effects of a wave most likely to hit Auckland, presented almost a month before the March 11 Japanese tsunami, would have the dramatic consequences of the Japan disaster, in which tens of thousands are thought to have died. The most likely event to affect Auckland is an earthquake off the coast of South America, predicted to happen once every 50 to 100 years. It would create tsunami waves travelling thousands of kilometres, hitting Auckland's east coast, inundating land up to 3.5m above sea level and disrupting motorways and flooding streets. Auckland Civil Defence controller Clive Manley said the areas on the North Shore near Devonport and the Auckland Viaduct were low-lying and near to the sea, making them the most susceptible to tsunami inundation. But "in Auckland we appear to have a really low risk. - Herald on Sunday
untitled Outils pour webmasters Wenn Sie die unten stehenden Allgemeinen Richtlinien von Google einhalten, können wir Ihre Website leichter finden, indexieren und platzieren. Wir empfehlen Ihnen dringend, auch die Qualitätsrichtlinien weiter unten zu beachten. In diesen Richtlinien werden einige der unerlaubten Verfahren beschrieben, die zur endgültigen Entfernung einer Website aus dem Google-Index oder zu einer sonstigen Beeinträchtigung durch automatische oder manuelle Spammaßnahmen führen können. Allgemeine Richtlinien Stellen Sie sicher, dass alle Seiten auf der Website über einen Link von einer anderen auffindbaren Seite erreicht werden können. Google beim Finden der Website unterstützen Erstellen Sie eine hilfreiche, informative Website und verfassen Sie Seiten, die den Inhalt klar und eindeutig beschreiben. Verwenden Sie zur Anzeige wichtiger Namen und Links oder wichtiger Inhalte keine Bilder, sondern Text. Qualitätsrichtlinien Matt Cutts spricht über manuelle Maßnahmen gegen Webspam. Grundprinzipien
7 Ways to Lower Your Website's Bounce Rate Bounce rate is the enemy of every website — it's the percentage of visitors that come to your page and don’t go to any others within the same site. It can be frustrating and costly, especially if you've invested time and money into SEO and paid ads to get visitors to your site — you don't want that hard work to go to waste once the person hits your page. Businesses need to make sure their first impressions reel in the visitor in order to reduce bounce rate and to keep the person engaged with your brand. To help you combat pesky bounce rates, we've put together a list of usability considerations that can be used to lower your site's bounce rate and improve visitor retention. From optimized page layouts to faster loading, there are a number of ways to keep web surfers hooked. 1. Let's face it, no one likes looking at advertisements, but the reality is that many sites could not survive without them. 2. 3. No one will stay on a site they can't read. 4. 5. 6. Treat your users with respect.
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