Web Content Checklist & FrontPage

Subject: Web Content Checklist & FrontPage
From: Julie Johnston <juliajaj -at- megsinet -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com
Date: Wed, 21 Jul 1999 17:34:02 -0500

Hi everyone. I'm responsible for the development (using FrontPage 98)
of my department's Intranet site. I'm close to completion & posting the
pages to our development server. Before that is done, I'm running each
page thru a checklist to make sure everything is accurate. Does anyone
who works in web development happen to have any suggestions/resources
for a web content checklist. Here are the items that are currently
listed on my checklist (not in any particular order because I keep on
thinking of new items):

Verify links
Verify bookmarks
Run thru spell-check
Verify grammar
Read thru content
Verify HTML header tag
Verify HTML footer tag
Verify graphics point to Images directory
Verify HTML title tag
Verify resolution - 640x480
All files, other than PDF, should be ASP instead of HTM(L) extension
Verify directory structure (verify links/files are in correct
Verify that PDF files open in new window
Test e-mail address links
Verify format/alignment/backgrounds/font/etc.
Verify mouseovers

Also, does anyone know why FrontPage automatically creates
subdirectories when I have web files stored under subdirectories. For
example, the directory on my network drive is G:\FrontPage. All my main
files are under a directory called RITDEPT (which is within the
FrontPage directory.) If I create subdirectories off of RITDEPT, (I
store linking files under subdirectories) within that subdirectory are
the following folders/directories: _vti_cnf, _vti_log, & _vti_pvt. If
I open the _vti_cnf folder, it is a duplicate of all the linking files.
I hope this makes sense.

I'd appreciate any input on my two questions. Thanks!

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