Re: "Good" Web Pages

Subject: Re: "Good" Web Pages
From: d r <writeagain -at- JUNO -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 30 Jan 1997 13:15:04 EST

Have the name and contact address/phone/email readily available up front
so as to distinguish between the bogus companies and the real ones.

It's important in the long run believe me.

D.R.


On Wed, 29 Jan 1997 19:24:48 -0800 Matt Ion <soundy -at- nextlevel -dot- com>
writes:
>On Wed, 29 Jan 1997 13:54:38 MST, mmarkley -at- MICRON -dot- COM wrote:
>
>>Just to get you started, here are a few criteria of my
>>own: Good Web pages (1) are easy to navigate, (2) contain
>>timely and useful information, (3) contain mechanisms to
>>measure their effectiveness (i.e., tracking features).
>>What have I missed?
>
>Compatibility suited to the target audience. If you want your pages
>to
>show off your talents to those not-so-easily impressed who have the
>latest bleeding-edge systems and high-speed connections, go nuts on
>the
>graphics and quasi-proprietary, quasi-HTML tags.
>
>However, if the pages are actually intended for people in the real
>world (ie. reference source, company information, technical support,
>those with 14.4k connections, etc.) then try to stick to HTML 3, or
>better yet, HTML 2.0 spec... or at the very least, include such pages
>as options. Keep graphics to a relative minimum, and keep them small
>(8-bit rather than 24-bit color, for example). In short, show a
>little
>more consideration for the average user than for your own ego :-)
>
>
>
> Your friend and mine,
> Matt
> <insert standard disclaimer here>
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