Website Compliance


Is your site W3C compliant? Does it need to be?

Do you know the US government can shut down your site under certain conditions? It has to do with whom you serve, not just x-rated content.

Can your site be seen on any or all mobile devices? Is it optimized for each?

Does your site past all the state laws?

Compliancy is an ever growing and changing part of website ownership.

What is necessary, what is just good business sense?  Search this site, the internet, and the Internet governing agencies to make sure your site has what it NEEDS!  Or sign-up for a Site Compliance report.
Site Compliancy

Site Compliancy

There are basically three ways you need to keep your website in check: W3C, Internet law, Device/browser compliant.  These need to be checked and updated regularly. W3C: If you don’t know, W3C is the group of folks who service the web and keep it running as smoothly as possible.  They are the ones who set […]

Legal Compliancy

Legal Compliancy

Here are four things you need to know before you launch your website. Make certain your website is accessible to your clients.  That is why regular testing and upgrading is so very important.  One example: if your clientele is primarily those with disabilities, your site better be set up to accommodate them or the federal […]

W3C Compliant

W3C Compliant

If you don’t know, W3C is the group of folks who help make the web function and keep it running as smoothly as possible.  They are the ones who set the standards and, from time to time, raise them.  On their site they offer an unbelievable number of free site checks. So if you are […]

Website Clickability

Website Clickability

There are ways to test your website for many things.  It is not only important for you to know how your clients/customers find you (SEO), but what they use to interpret your treasures.  In other words: which browser do they use most, which devices do they log on with, etc. Most of these links are […]

SEO Security negates SEO Ranking

SEO Security negates SEO Ranking

With constant changes on how they compute who gets the top billing when folks type in search queries, the major search engines keep SEO in flux.  As recently as December 2012 Google made changes to their “search quality”; more specifically their search algorithm!  Then there are the new players in the game.  Since Google now […]