Carefully preview and test your pages in as many different browser types and versions as possible.
Use the GUI editor's built-in code validator or visit a validation site.
Preview your pages in a browser, view the source code and carefully proof it for non-standard tags.
You need do nothing -- the WYSIWYG environment automatically generates W3C-compliant code.
The HTML page's <DTD> tag
The HTML page's template
The HTML page's !DOCTYPE declaration
The HTML page's <html> tag
Most GUI editors include their own native validation tools or offer easy access to validators.
Most GUI editors do not provide native validation tools or offer access to validators.
Code created by GUI editors cannot be validated by sites such as the W3C Markup Validation Service.
GUI editors provide validation tools but no special features to help ensure accessibility for validation.
You must use a separate File Transfer Protocol (FTP) client to post your Web page files to the Web host.
Most GUI editors provide a publish feature to easily post your Web page files to the Web host.
You must contract an ISP to post your Web page files to the Web host for you.
Most GUI editors provide a Web hosting feature that publishes and maintains your pages on the Web.
The WYSIWYG environment displays pages exactly as they will appear and work on the Web.
Most GUI editors make it easy to preview your pages using built-in code validators or validation sites.
You can proof your pages after you publish them to the Web, make any changes, then republish them.
Most GUI editors allow you to easily preview and test your pages in the browser(s) of your choice.
Delete the DTD reference from the page's !DOCTYPE declaration and validate the code without it.
Change the !DOCTYPE declaration back to HTML 4.01, to which the page code currently conforms.
Delete the !DOCTYPE declaration from the page and validate the code without it.
Edit the page code to conform to the HTML5 standard as declared in the !DOCTYPE.
Whether it conforms to W3C accessibility standards
Whether it conforms to any of the W3C markup code standards
Whether it conforms to minimum expectations for design and aesthetics
Whether it conforms to a specific W3C markup code standard
The code standard specified in the !DOCTYPE declaration (e.g., HTML5)
The page's content list (e.g., images, text and downloadable files)
The W3C Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines
Use more images than text to take advantage of mobile-device technology.
Keep your Web pages simple and uncluttered.
Target the user who wants to browse.
Optimize your site to a larger screen size.
The destination server's name or IP address, authentication information, and the file location on the remote server
The destination server's name or IP address, your Web site's name or IP address, and the file location on your local system
The destination server's name or IP address, the file location on the remote server, and your Web site's name or IP address
The destination server's name or IP address, your Web site's name or IP address, and authentication information
Application Programming Interface (API)
Common Gateway Interface (CGI)
Mobile Web site
Post the final Web site files to the production server before publishing them on the Web.
Post the final Web site files to a test Web server before moving them to the production server.
Publish the Web site files to the Web, perform tests and reviews, then make necessary changes to the site.
Perform tests and reviews on final Web site files on your local system before publishing them to the Web.
Operating system, Web server software, and CGI interpreter software
Site management application, protocol for transferring files, and Web server software
Operating system, Web server software, and GUI HTML editor
Site management application, protocol for transferring files, and CGI interpreter software
the alt attribute in your <img> tags.
more images than text to take advantage of mobile-device technology.
small heading tags, preferably smaller than <h4>.
A UNIX operating system
The same type and version of Web server software as the production server
Greater RAM and bandwidth than the production server
A Windows operating system
选择要在Apple App Store上查看的Topgrade应用程序。