1. Compatibility of browsers (Browsers): entire web page has to be able to be displayed with the most recent versions of Netscape, Internet Explorer and Opera. And with the latest versions I do not mean that he must be charged from effects of the latest browsers. 2 Compatibility of resolutions: there is a great discomfort when having to move the window of your browser towards the derechPara avoid this is necessary to adapt our pages for any monitor via tables that occupy 100% of the screen or take into account the average resolution that visitors be used.Currently most monitors have a resolution of 800 X 600, so yes we work in this format, larger monitors may see it without problem. It should take into account that there are still computers with 640 X 480 resolutions, but it is one minority of less than 5% of boaters. 3.
Ease of navigation: entire site must have a navigation menu or structure well crafted so as not to lose the visitor. It is advisable to include all the pages links towards the home page and the main sections of the site. If possible also a link to email for sending comments and a link to go to the homepage. One recommendation is to include a site map for very large sites. 4 Fast loading pages and graphs: Unfortunately Internet not yet offers high speed most usuariosAyude again visitors by reducing the contents of pages, avoiding use many graphics and if possible reduce to the maximum the size of their graphs. 5 Take into account updates: A site or Web page is never really finished. Simply stop working in the for a while.Taking this phrase in mind should design any site thinking ahead and leaving space to add new information or sections. Flexible initial design is an important factor to maintain the appearance of a site and its functionality after several months and updates. Development Web-original author and source of the article.