HTML Concept

HTML concept - it's my vision of how the site should look. That is, if someone doesn’t agree with my opinion, it could be. Nevertheless, let me tell what can be and what can not be on the website. That is, let’s try to formulate rules of good manners when creating the site:
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Lets analyze parameter value of <img> tag. As you can see, this is a single tag. "Src" parameter specifies the path to the image (absolute or relative). The rules that specifies a relative path is the same as for the links. The width and height parameters define the width and height of the image in pixels in the HTML document. "Alt" parameter specifies the alternative text - the text that appears in your browser when image downloading is disabled.
  • If you don’t know what the Frame is, never wondered what it is. If you know what is that, never use them in practice. If you are using frames on your site, then keep in mind that many browsers can not read your site, plus you really complicate the work of search engines and other specialized Internet programs. Conclusion: use the tables for text formatting, tables easily replace frames and different robots and special programs easily operate with them.
  • Never use structures that in different versions of browsers look differently. It is desirable to test the site on an old browser Netscape 6. There all the flaws will be immediately visible. Conclusion: Test your site in different versions of browsers.
  • Do not use more than three colors on your site, otherwise it will be variegated that is very bad.
  • Save the style of all the pages in the same spirit, then the site will looks complete, that adorns it greatly.
  • Never use a lot of graphics. Page with big memory size likely will not be viewed by users, as it will be a rather long boot, and people simply will not wait until the end. Many users have the most usual modem entry in the Internet. Conclusion: as little of graphics as possible.
  • The same can be said about JavaScript. If possible, do not use it. Pages load a long time, plus clever users in their browser disable script loading option. Conclusion: as little JavaScript as possible.
  • When using images, always assign their size in HTML text (border = "0" height = "38" width = "160"), because 20% of users turn off graphics that resizes images and the site will look for another. In addition, always an alternative text in image tags - a description of image. Conclusion: always set the images size.
  • Use PHP for creating more dynamic site, because the sites where nothing changes have no interest for visitors.
From all the above we can make a conclusion. The site should be fast to the prejudice of graphics, but keeping single textual information is not rational. We must seek a middle ground between the graphics and downloading rate of the site.
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