Server, HTTP and site considerations

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HTTP 1.1 application Where possible, HTTP 1.1 or versions that are more recent should be used at the server. This is compatible with earlier clients, and also improves the efficiency and robustness of the network environment. Cache expiration date Well-engineeredRead More

Scripting and executable considerations

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Scripting and executable considerations Client side execution such as scripting may be refused by clients. Part of the design process shall include documenting when, if ever, such facilities will be used. Tools shall not include client-side scripting unless that optionRead More

Life cycle of a web page, site and projects

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Web pages, Web sites, and Web projects have a lifetime—a life cycle. The well-engineered Web site developer should estimate the duration of the life cycle and should plan for well-engineered Web site maintenance during its active life cycle. Some well-engineeredRead More

Web Development – Definitions, terminology, abbreviations and acronyms

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Definitions, terminology, abbreviations and acronyms Definitions archival pages: On-line data that is 1) not expected to change, and 2) no longer maintained. This data also may not be readily renderable by future tools. body metadata: Elements in the body ofRead More