Is your Website W3C compliant??
W3C is an acronym for World Wide Web Consortium, and while you
may not have heard of them before now, they set the standards
for the World Wide Web and websites on the web.
Structure and content are critically important to the success
of a website. The most frequent abuses of the ethical and Internet
standards of W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) are headers used
excessively and needlessly, scripts written improperly, and keywords
W3C provides a free tool for you to evaluate your website for
compliance under the W3C professional and ethical standards of
website development and code: http://validator.w3.org/
For a list of website development agencies who build websites
in accordance with W3C standards, click W3C
Whois Data Reminder Policy
At least annually, a registrar must present to the registrant
the current Whois information, and remind the registrant that
provision of false Whois information can be grounds for cancellation
of their domain name registration. Registrants must review their
Whois data, and make any corrections. (See ICANN
website for more information).
your domain registration information (Type it in the WhoIs
Search Engine Optimization
Optimization has become as important, if not more important
than belonging to the right golf club.
Net what? Net neutrality refers to the fact that nobody ought
to be able to exercise full control over the Internet, or for
that matter, over any sector on the Internet.
Yahoo! That AOL
AOL has changed the way they do business online. Previously, subscribers
were required to purchase AOL services before they could access
the tremendous online AOL community; today, AOL announced that
they would make their online community available to non-subscribers.
AOL says that they will offer their dashboard online like Yahoo.
Don't "click here" & Don't "contact
How often do you see a hyperlink on the words "click here"
or a link to a contact page that says "contact us"?
For the typical website developer, it is nearly second nature
to link information on a page to another page on the words "click
here", and to link to the contact page for the law firm,
the agency, or the business on the words "contact us".
When you review your website before publication, be sure to watch
out for those links. (Why
you should not do the "click here" and "contact