This article describes in simple terms, practices and effective tactics used to optimize your website. Following these suggestions, it will result in a more enjoyable experience for visitors and traffic. At the end of this article there is a resource and referral section where you can find information and support services related to each topic.
Not a surprised for website owners, webmasters and others who are involved in their websites optimization to see how different websites on various web browsers or between different versions of web browsers are displayed . Web pages may not even be visible in some web browsers.
Viewing the difference is the result of how different web browsers available (Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Netscape, etc.), or their versions, handle HTML code, HTML errors or screen resolution of your computer. Due to the above reasons, I recommend looking at your web pages through at least three of the platforms used web browsers: Internet Explorer, Netscape and Firefox. Alternatively, you can use the available web-based found in the References and Resources section at the end of this article service. (See Anybrowser viewer and Firefox below).
Tags Meta Title and Meta Tags are
Information inserted into the [head] section [/ HEAD] the HTML code of a web page. There are many types of meta tags. We will consider only two of them and label [TITLE].
From the point of view of the visitor, the only visible in the head section tag is the title tag, which is not a meta tag itself, but one media label is in the head section of the page Web. The title tag is responsible for the formulation shown in the upper left corner of the browser window. You should always include this tag in order to name their web pages. Think of the title tag as the subject of an email message.
The two most important meta tags are the keyword tags and description that are invisible to the visitor's eyes but should be also included if you want your page information (title and description) to be displayed correctly in the page search engine results (SERP) list. Especially important is the meta description tag.
In the early days of the Internet, it could influence the outcome of the search for keywords in the meta keyword tags and meta description wanted the search engine (SE) to rank your page for today not can influence the outcome of the sE only add keywords desirable more because of the level of complexity have reached the PEs that are able to analyze your page, decide what is all this and give the position in the SERP based on these findings and other external factors that are beyond the scope of this article. You could do just fine without including a meta keyword tag, including but nothing is lost, on the contrary, I think it would rather do more good than harm.
Keyword tag should contain between 5 and 10 keywords that appear in the body of your page. You should never include keywords in the tag that do not appear on that page. We can say that some SE will penalized your website doing the opposite. Also not the same keyword is repeated to avoid penalty SE. (See meta tags generator below).
The Importance of ALT Tags
Several web surfer and visually impaired people surf the Internet with the image option off seeing your web browser or using text readers respectively. When one of these surfer visits your site containing lot of pictures, and you happen to be that those images contain most of the content of your website is, they will not be able to read the content of your pages if the images They do not contain alt = "description tags of your image." The same situation applies to search engines from CUE apply without images of the index, not index any text your web site has in image format. ALT tags are essentially image descriptions that always should be added to your images to make sure your visitors and the search engines can read and recognize all the content of your web site respectively.
Platforms Browser Safe Color Palettes Computer
Handle color differently, and the web browser limits colors significantly. In order to move around the digital world with consistency, the web designer should be well aware of this fact.
When in the real world all colors are the result of a combination of subtractive three primary colors: Red, yellow and blue. In the digital world all colors are the result of additive color or combination of the three primary colors: Red, green and blue, it referred to as RGB for short. Unlike additive color is subtractive color the tangible world. RGB values are derived
A method that numerically determines the amount of red, green and blue color are concerned. Each color contains a percentage of red, green, and blue.
A safe palette colors is a palette containing 216 RGB colors that are to remain as stable as possible from one browser to another, between platforms, and monitor different capacities and resolutions. If colors are used outside the safety range of colors, many website visitors will see the color of the team has available color instead has appointed to. In this case, if ordered a soft blue, pale outside the safety range of colors, it is possible to have visitors all who consider neon color so bright. (See chart Web safe color below). Check broken links
Broken links are links that lead nowhere, and clicking the link will display an error code page 404. It is said that about 5% to 7% of all Internet links are broken.
A site that contains broken links, including missing links to images, gives a very bad impression to potential visitors and is a frequent cause of lost visitors. In addition, search engines and directories may not list your Web page if it has broken links. (See links checker and tools NetMechanic below).
Check load web surfers Several Web Time
Today browse the Internet through a broadband connection high speed, it is fair to say that visitors will not have any problem to access a document heavy loaded page, but a percentage significant Internet users still use slow dial connection to access the web.
Surfers are known to have very short attention span capacity and leave your site before the page finishes loading. If many visitors and sales this way if care when loading pages is not paid is not lost. Generally speaking, the maximum accepted time for a page to load is about 10 seconds and it is recommended that your page to be around 25Kb in size.
A simple way to calculate the size of the networks of their website is using Windows Explorer to find the file in your HTML and any graph containing and looking at the value of size for each file involved then add the numbers to get the size of the page in question.
Down the loading time of a website that can be easily achieved thus compress or reduce the size of your images, and reducing the size of your HTML code. You will lose some sharpness after compressing more than 40 percent, but can gain speed. Below you will find practical ways to further reduce page load time ways, read on. (See load time checker and image cruncher below).
HTML Code Optimizer An HTML Optimizer removes
Blank spaces in your HTML code, and this is another way to make your pages load faster. The result is a faster download time. Pages are displayed in the browser of a client in exactly the same way, but the file size will be smaller.
Please make sure that the optimizer uses uncompressed HTML codes embedded in your page script, which could become unusable if they get optimized this way. (See Optimizer code below).
FRONTERA, height and width attributes
The attributes used with the tag [IMG] to specify an image width and height are the width and height attributes indicating the exact size of the image in pixels. The other attribute that influences how an image is represented on the user's screen is the BORDER attribute, which must be set to zero if you do not want your hyperlinked image to show a blue border around it. No need to specify border = "0" for a non-hyperlink, normal picture, since no frame around an image unless the image is a link.
An interesting option for adding height and attributes width for an image tag plus is that when you do specify the image size for all your images, browsers take much less time to make your page because the browser can determine the page layout without having to retrieve each image separately to find out what size it is. To find out the width and height of an image, simply open it with any image editor and search your property.
Validate your HTML code Just as texts in a natural language can include spelling or grammar errors, documents using markup languages like HTML may, for various reasons, can not follow these rules. The process of verifying whether a Web document actually follows the rules for the language used is called validation, and the tool used for that is a validator. A document that successfully passes this process is called valid and complies with a specific set of rules.
Different browsers or versions of the same browser, will make different guesses about the same illegal code; Worse, if the HTML code is very bad, the browser could get confused and have a screen mutilated mess, or even crash. Validate the HTML code will help ensure that display properly in most browsers. Always check the validity of your HTML code.
Seek a versatile validation tool in the References and Resources section at the end of this article, which is able to analyze your web pages directly from your server, file upload, and direct code entry document. (See validation service below). References and Resources:
ANYBROWSER VISOR: Http://www.anybrowser.com/siteviewer.html
FIREFOX BROWSER: Http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/
IWEBTOOLS MetaTags GENERATOR: Http: / /www.iwebtool.com/metatags_generator/ safe colors
WEB TABLE: Http://www.virtualpromote.com/tools/colorchart/
IWEBTOOLS Link Checker: Mechanic tools http://www.iwebtool.com/broken_link_checker/
Checker NetMechanic charging time: Http://www.netmechanic.com/cobrands/FutureQuest/load_check.htm
Spinwave SHREDDER IMAGE: Http: // www. Spinwave.com/crunchers.html
Code HTML Optimizer: Http://www.iwebtool.com/html_optimizer/
W3C validation service: Http://validator.w3.org/