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How to Create a Web Page the Right Way

Step 5: Learn Semantics and Make Your Code Meaningful


Write your XHTML code for semantics.

Step 6: Use a Liquid Design and Test Browsers, Screen Readers and Devices

Use a scalable, or liquid design to make your web pages accessible to as many sighted visitors as possible, no matter what screen size, resolution, or browser they view your site with.

Then test your pages in as many different browsers and devices (pdas, cell phones, etc.) as you can to see how they look, and with a screen reader to hear how it sounds, and adjust your code if necessary or possible. skip

NOTE: It's currently not possible to make a web page accessible to all user agents, as the W3C folks call them. So either create separate pages for different user agents, or try to make your pages accessible to as many of them as you can.

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Step 7: Optimize Your Images

Optimize your images with NetMechanic's GIFBot, if your web page displays any, for faster download.

Step 8: Create Customized Error Pages


If you've registered your own domain, create customized error pages, to help visitors to your site find what they're looking for.

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