Web page checklist

Any new or updated websites must only include web-ready content

Page does not contain:

  • Folios
  • Pamphlets
  • Large size graphics
  • Redundant information (ensure it doesn't compete with other content other office's may own on the site.)
     

Page body

  • All content on the page is there to help a user complete a particular task
  • Breadcrumbs match user progression to page
  • Left navigation lists different parts within site section
  • No documents in left navigations
  • Page title is unique and descriptive
  • Subheads are sentence case, with only the first letter capitalized
  • Text on page meets writing for the web standards (must pass the Writing for the Web checklist)
     

All images and graphics

  • Files need to be under 64 mb. Small images should be less than 32 mb.
  • Images or graphics contain alt text to give same experience to those who can’t download or see them
  • Images are small in size (no more than 510 px on largest side)
  • Graphics and images must have a purpose to help add to the page, not to break up text or re-use resources that work better on paper


All PDF documents

  • Passes Adobe accesibility checker
  • Entered title and author into Document Properties fields.
  • File given a unique yet informative name
  • Saved for Fast Web View
  • Link to document describes what it is, followed by file type and size in parenthesis
  • Document, when opened, makes sense out of context
     

All Word and Excel documents

  • Passes accessibility checker
  • Entered title and author into Document Properties fields.
  • File given a unique yet informative name
  • Link to document describes what it is, followed by file type and size in parenthesis
  • Document, when opened, makes sense out of context