How Does Your Web Site Stack Up?

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How Does Your Web Site Stack Up?

Evaluate your web site to see how well it does.


  • Is your site well written?
  • Are all the words spelled correctly?
  • Are the email addresses and phone numbers accurate?
  • Is all of the vital information available to the reader on the first page?
  • Does your home page entice the reader to view additional pages within your web site?
  • Is your web site coded using key words and "meta names" to take advantage of search engines?
  • Has your web site been submitted to the search engines and directories?
  • Do all of your links work?


  • Is your web site simple to navigate without too many levels of information?
  • Can a user quickly and easily find information on your site?
  • Do your pages present information in reasonably sized pieces?
  • Does your site avoid duplication of pages?
  • Are your pages easily scanned by the reader?
  • Is your site organized logically?
  • Are your links to important information obvious and not hidden in paragraphs of text?


  • Does your web site have a consistent design?
  • Do your web pages look like they belong together?
  • Are your site's animated icons important to the page and not distracting?
  • Do your site's graphics enhance the information on your pages and serve a purpose?
  • Does your site use a reasonable number and style of fonts?
  • Will the fonts be available on your user's computer?
  • If your web sites uses frames, are they easy to use and do the pages print properly?
  • If your site uses complex graphics or multimedia technology, have you made provisions for users with slower band width or older computers without the latest operating systems and graphic capabilities?
  • Is your text readable through your background graphics?
  • Do your web site's graphics coordinate with your theme without unrelated clipart?
  • Does your design include revision dates so that your users can see how recent the information is?


  • Does your web site provide text links to supplement any graphical links?
  • Does your site look good on a variety of computer monitor sizes, resolutions, and color palettes?
  • Do your pages and graphics take into consideration various modem speeds?
  • Do your pages load within a reasonable period of time?
  • Does your web site provide alternate text for its images?
  • Do your backgrounds take into consideration all screen resolutions?
  • Do the items on your pages stay in position when you increase or decrease the size of your browser window?

These are the types of items that Real Country Life takes into consideration when we are developing web sites. If you answered "No" to any of these questions, call or write to us today for a free consultation.

Pamela Murphy, Proprietor
1138 Buchanan Road
White, PA 15490
24 Hour Emergency Service - 724-333-2041

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