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Tips on Creating and Maintaining an Educational World Wide Web Site. Etec 562 By Orawan Sakunloetprasuk. What is World Wide Web?. An Internet-based computer network that allows people at one computer to access information stored on another.
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By Orawan Sakunloetprasuk
An Internet-based computer network that allows people at one computer to access information stored on another.
A single document in a web site is called Web page. These web site documents are stored on servers.
Web page editor
A file transfer program
A Web browser
See What is Already Out There
Determine Intellectual Property Ownership Sooner Rather Than Later
Keep the loading Time of Pages to a Minimum
Assume Nothing, Check Everything
Spend Time Promoting Your Site
It prevents you from reinventing the wheel.
It makes you aware of valuable Web sites that can be added to yours as links.
It gives you ideas that can enhance your own Web site.
Make sure that who will own and control the site before the constructing get started.
Web sites must be treated as same as textbooks.
Choose a clear file names and locate them in a single directory
Avoid general file names, such as Psyc.htm or course.htm.
Avoid changing the names and locations of Web files
Making sure your Home page does not exceed 2 or 3 screens of material or 10-15 sec of loading time.
Using a graphics program to crop, compress, or reduce the graphic images on you Web site.
Don’t allow lines of text to run the full width of the computer screen.
Don’t crate table or images that are wider than 600 pixels.
Don’t use white text on a dark background.
Do use uppercase and lowercase letters rather than capital letters.
Do develop a consistent style from page to page.
Do provide a link to your home page on each Web page in your site.
Do make sure visitors have a way to contact you, such as your e-mail address.
Do provide an outline with internal anchors if a page is unusually long.
Asking other people
Installing digital counters
Analyzing log files
Checking your Web page by looking at it on variety of monitors. Compare how the page looks on a laptop computer versus a desktop computer, or a IBM- compatible PC versus a desktop computer.
If your Web site is used for the class, then there is no need to worry about listing it with search engines or having other sites link to it.
If your Web site is designed for a wider target, then you have got to submit your pages to search engines in order to let others know about the site.
Visiting individual search engine and follow their instruction for submitting Web pages.
Visiting a registration Web site that will submit your pages to multiple search engines with no charge.
pay for your site to be professionally promoted