Kode (Yes, With A K)
Code, in this case spelled with a K because we still wanted it to make it word, is the last piece of the “QUICK” puzzle.
With every site, you want to make sure your code remains clean, even after your site has been around for a while. It’s also a good practice to keep up to date with coding standards, as it will help ensure browser compatibility.
Test your site in multiple browsers to establish if there are bugs that exist. It’s always important to always weed these out, but continue to check monthly, because you never know when something bound to break.
Setup custom error pages that will lead users back to content if they encounter missing or moved pages. Don’t let your visitors be lost because of minor mistakes in code that can be avoided and fixed.
How’d you do?
If you’ve been reading up and answering the questions we told you to ask yourself throughout this article, you should have a pretty good idea on what aspects to focus on to improve the overall chances of existence for your site. We wish you good luck with it, and hopefully these tips were worth the read.
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