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Are You Keeping Users From Viewing Your Web Site?

Published: December 20, 2010 Bookmark and Share

The web has developed into a wide open place for communication and sharing. How people connect to the web has never been this diversified. When the web first debuted, the amount of web browser options was very limited. Today, there are more than five web browsers, three that rank among the most popular.

Gone are the days when everyone uses one operating system and one browser. Users access the web in many different ways using many different technologies. Desktop computers, laptops, and countless mobile devices now have web access. As a result, it has never been more important to ensure that your web site adheres to web standards.

What are web standards? Web standards, determined by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), provide criteria for web developers to follow in order to promote universal web access to all users, regardless of the type of device or computer used. However, many web site developers do not attempt to adhere to these standards, and usually only develop for one type of browser.

A web site should display consistently, whether using a Windows or Apple computer. It should also display consistently even when using different web browsers, such as Internet Explorer, FireFox, or Safari. Does your web site block users based on the devices they are using?

Let JAWS Media evaluate and determine if your web site measures up to the international marketplace. We will test your site against different web browsers to detect errors. In addition, we will also make recommendations for how you can update your site in order to meet web standards. The evaluation is free and can make a true difference. Don't limit the amount of users that can access your web site. Take the JAWS Media challenge, request your evaluation.