Contents Guide to good practices for WWW authors
The standards and practice in provision of WWW information have a significant impact on the network, on information flow within the community, and on user perceptions of the quality and usefulness of networked services. These guidelines have been written primarily for information providers. They assume that information providers will be experienced users of the WWW and be familiar with basic concepts and tools. The guidelines are intended to promote quality, effectiveness, and viability of Web-based services on JANET. It is hoped that their application will facilitate the processes of:
For information providers, the key challenge is to offer well-presented, useful content, effectively and efficiently, because:
In meeting this challenge, information providers will reach and touch their users and have their information accessed and appreciated. Improving the quality of that conjunction of user with information is the underlying theme of this document.
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