so that each page has its own name? 2 points. Please read The Idocs Guide To HTML by Miko O'Sullivan. (External link)
Have you added meta tags and alt tags to your pages? Meta tags are placed into the head of your HTML code. You can give information about the author, add keywords and a description of your pages for search engines. Do you also state what language is used, if your content is rated for all audiences? Do you display a copyright tag and detail how often search engines should visit your site? Meta tag generator . (External link) 2 points.
Do all of your images have a short description known as an alt tag which appears when you hold the mouse over an image in Internet Explorer? They are also important for viewers with impaired vision and 'no image' page views to be able to read what your pictures are about. It is easy to add an alt tag to an image. 2 points. How to add an alt tag to an image:
<img src="images/yourimage.jpg" alt="description of your image" width="750" height="250">
Have you read the W3C definition of an alt tag? (External link)
12 points can be achieved. Does your site still comply? Wow!
Does your site open also in a 800 x 600 screen resolution without horizontal scrolling? As a good webdesigner you can create a site that complies with all screen resolutions. You loose 10 points, if your site does not comply. (New 2008 August 27).
If parts of your site show horizontal scrolling in 1024 x 768 screen resolution, you can only win the bronze award. Upgrade to silver and gold award is only possible by correcting the horizontal scrolling.
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