Everything that’s on your website needs to work to defined standards – including any 3rd party applications you use.
Parsing is they way web browsers read websites. Good HTML leads to successful parsing, which means you get happy customers.
Chances are your site requires your customers to fill in some information. You need to ensure your customers know what’s required.
Error identification gives your customers a smoother experience. We all make mistakes, but good error identification minimises problems.
“On input” changes stress out your customers. Avoid auto-submitting forms “on input” for the best customer experience.
Your customers need your website to work in the way the expect it to. Unusual or surprising actions alienate your customers and send them to your rivals.
Your customers who use screen readers need you to set the right language for your website. Here’s how to set your language and which one to choose.
Links are the way your customers move around your site, so you need to make it easy for your customers to know where your links go.
Your customers need to be able to find their way around your website in a sequential and meaningful order. If they can’t, they’re more likely to get lost.
Good web page titles tell your customers what page they are on and what it does. They keep your customers moving in the right direction.