Unit H - Expression Web 3 Expression Unit H Testing and...

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Expression Web 3 Expression Web 3 Unit H: Testing and Publishing Your Web Site
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Objectives Objectives Verify hyperlinks View and edit page titles Understand accessibility Test accessibility Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 2
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Objectives (continued) Objectives (continued) Understand connection types Set up and connect to a publishing destination Publish a Web site Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 3
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Verifying Hyperlinks Verifying Hyperlinks Expression Web has reporting features to test hyperlinks, accessibility, and page titles. Verifying links – means to check them to be sure they are working correctly. In addition to verifying internal links, you should also verify external links on an ongoing basis in case the page you linked to has moved or been removed. Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 4
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Verifying Hyperlinks (continued) Verifying Hyperlinks (continued) Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 5
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Verifying Hyperlinks (continued) Verifying Hyperlinks (continued) Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 6
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Viewing and Editing Page Titles Viewing and Editing Page Titles Page titles show up in search engine results, in the browser’s title bar, and as the title when a visitor adds the page to favorites. To change the page title go to Hyperlinks view, right-click in a blank area of the Site View tab and click Show Page Titles. Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 7
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Viewing and Editing Page Titles Viewing and Editing Page Titles (continued) (continued) Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 8
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Understanding Accessibility Accessible Web site – one that is usable by all visitors, including those with disabilities or those using devices such as cell phones to access the site. Designing your site to be accessible can also help to avoid legal problems. US government sites are required to comply
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