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|| Shree Ganesha ||

Dear Friends;

Please check the website chpindia.com and please comment wether it is
done alright this time at least. Last time I got lot of feedback for
ashapurafoods.com saying that the design was not made using strict
dtd. This time I have taken care of using STRICT DTD.

Please Comment, I am a very much new commer with respect to you all.

So. please tell me what more is required.

Best Regards
Ganesh J. Acharya
Webmaster
http://chpindia.com
http://ashapurafoods.com
http://seashellwebs.coom
http://indianbuilders.net
http://acs4jobs.com
Jul 23 '05 #1
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se***********@yahoo.com (Acharya J. Ganesh) wrote:
Please check the website chpindia.com and please comment wether it is
done alright this time at least. Last time I got lot of feedback for
ashapurafoods.com saying that the design was not made using strict
dtd. This time I have taken care of using STRICT DTD.


Here are some more issues for you to solve:

1) Microfonts that I can't read
(http://www.spartanicus.utvinternet.ie/test/chpindia.png)
2) Fixed width layout, it doesn't adapt to my window width.
3) Tables used for layout, don't, use css instead.
4) Sliced image(s), don't, it only increases download times.
5) Presentational markup (e.g. strings of &nbsp;'s, multiple <br>s
etc.), don't, use css instead.
6) Incorrect markup (a list of links contained in a table cell, no
further markup).
7) Uses SE metatags, no relevant SE uses these anymore.
8) Valid HTML linked image: don't mention the mechanics, no-one is going
to care, at best it will confuse visitors.
9) Too much waste of screen space at the end of the page.
10) Incorrect alt content, e.g.: ALT="LOGO"
11) The html doesn't validate:
http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http://chpindia.com/
12) Use of spacer gifs, this is soooo 1996, hint it's 2004 now, use css
13) Your css contains errors and doesn't validate.

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Spartanicus
Jul 23 '05 #2

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In message <8f*************************@posting.google.com> , Acharya J.
Ganesh <se***********@yahoo.com> writes
|| Shree Ganesha ||

Dear Friends;

Please check the website chpindia.com and please comment wether it is
done alright this time at least. Last time I got lot of feedback for
ashapurafoods.com saying that the design was not made using strict
dtd. This time I have taken care of using STRICT DTD.
But still 6 errors left in the code -- shouldn't take too much effort to
remove them.
Please Comment, I am a very much new commer with respect to you all.

So. please tell me what more is required.
Looking at the first page in Internet Explorer(IE)/Opera/Netscape 7: (1) First -- it's a nice-looking, colourful Web site

(2) Go through each of your <img> tags and ensure that they have the
correct Alternative Text. The text should :
(a) Replicate the text on the image e.g. "C.H. Plastics. The world ..."
(b) Or describe the image
(c) Or set ALT="" if the image contributes nothing to the understanding

(3) Don't use right-justified text in those narrow columns. There's too
much white-space and this makes it difficult to read, especially once
the text is enlarged.

(4) You have some headers: "Finest Finishing" "Facility" "Quality";
these should be marked up in the HTML as headings i.e. <h1><h2><h3><h4>
etc.

(5) You have a linearization error which makes these headers appear out
of sequence in non-visual browsers. Combine each heading with its
following text to cure this.

(6) The text needs to be reviewed. There are too many spelling and
grammar errors in it.

(7) The body text is too small; this should be set to 100% to match the
users' default.

(8) Don't adjust the menu font-weight on hover; this makes the entire
menu jump around.

(9) Although the composite image aligns correctly in IE, it doesn't
quite do so in Netscape or Opera. You might want to consider using a
single image.

(10) The whole page is left-justified, leaving a lot of space on the
right-hand side. It might be better centred.

That's it for the first page.

Regards.
Best Regards
Ganesh J. Acharya
Webmaster
http://chpindia.com
http://ashapurafoods.com
http://seashellwebs.coom
http://indianbuilders.net
http://acs4jobs.com


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Jake
Jul 23 '05 #3

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se***********@yahoo.com (Acharya J. Ganesh) wrote in
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|| Shree Ganesha ||

Dear Friends;

Please check the website chpindia.com and please comment wether it is
done alright this time at least. Last time I got lot of feedback for
ashapurafoods.com saying that the design was not made using strict
dtd. This time I have taken care of using STRICT DTD.


I will comment on the design without looking at the HTM code.

1. There is no good reason to splite your images. It merely increases
download time, and in Mozilla 1.7.2, there is a line in the middle of the
image.

2. Visitors don't want to hear that the page was designed by
seashellwebs.com, and I'm sure the client doesn't either, unless he
agreed to your advertising.

3. Here's a good funny:

"This website is best viewed in all known browsers like IE 5.0+ with
screen resolution 800x600."

I see this right after seeing the standards-compliance buttons, which is
ironic, if you don't know. You are vague about "all known browsers" and
you shouldn't specify a screen resolution. Users aren't going to upgrade
(or downgrade) their monitors to 480000 pixels just for this one Web
page. You also are not going to get them to change their browsers. The
message serves no purpose, and it only insults users who lack Internet
Explorer or prefer to use better browsers. Designing to standards
compliance makes such a statement rather silly, because the idea of
standards compliance is that the page works in all browsers which
understand HTML standards.

4. No visitor wants a stats button, so one shouldn't be there. It
certainly shouldn't be animated.

5. Make the text size larger. Text is useless if it can't be read.
Some people do not have 20/20 vision.
Jul 23 '05 #4

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On 2004-09-02 23:02:40 +0200, Sam Hughes <hu****@rpi.edu> said:
se***********@yahoo.com (Acharya J. Ganesh) wrote in
news:8f*************************@posting.google.co m:
|| Shree Ganesha ||

Dear Friends;

Please check the website chpindia.com and please comment wether it is
done alright this time at least. Last time I got lot of feedback for
ashapurafoods.com saying that the design was not made using strict
dtd. This time I have taken care of using STRICT DTD.


I will comment on the design without looking at the HTM code.

1. There is no good reason to splite your images. It merely increases
download time, and in Mozilla 1.7.2, there is a line in the middle of
the image.

2. Visitors don't want to hear that the page was designed by
seashellwebs.com, and I'm sure the client doesn't either, unless he
agreed to your advertising.

3. Here's a good funny:

"This website is best viewed in all known browsers like IE 5.0+ with
screen resolution 800x600."

I see this right after seeing the standards-compliance buttons, which
is ironic, if you don't know. You are vague about "all known browsers"
and you shouldn't specify a screen resolution. Users aren't going to
upgrade (or downgrade) their monitors to 480000 pixels just for this
one Web page. You also are not going to get them to change their
browsers. The message serves no purpose, and it only insults users who
lack Internet Explorer or prefer to use better browsers. Designing to
standards compliance makes such a statement rather silly, because the
idea of standards compliance is that the page works in all browsers
which understand HTML standards.

4. No visitor wants a stats button, so one shouldn't be there. It
certainly shouldn't be animated.

5. Make the text size larger. Text is useless if it can't be read.
Some people do not have 20/20 vision.

Sam Hughes is absolutely correct. By the way, the "split image"
horizontal line also appears in my Safari browser. You could use two
pictures, one with your logo and company name, one with your products.
By carefully adjusting the JPEG compression rate, you would get a fair
quality, a faster loading and a more simple HTML.

Additionally, you should check the spelling of your body text (e.g.
"infalatable" and "strintengent").

And finally, you may want to increase the colour contrast between your
pale orange background and your red text.

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Jul 23 '05 #5

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