Standards Compliance

Better websites by using trusted technology.

  • Lower Development costs
  • Better search engine visibility
  • Better usability and accessibility

Who cares if your site is coded to standards that only web development geeks bother about? You should!

Quite simply, standards compliance means writing website markup code without errors, and avoiding errors right from the outset is far better and much less expensive than trying to fix things when they go wrong later.

Search friendly

The philosophy of standards compliance includes "semantic markup". The code that is used to build your site contains information about the words and pictures that appear on your site. Search engines such as Google can look at that information to work out which parts of your page are important (e.g. headlines), and use that information to send you visitors that are actually looking for your services.

Usability and Accessibility

Web standards are part of the backbone of the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. Standards are also helpful when building in usability; i.e., making sites that behave in ways that your visitors are used to and feel comfortable with.