This Page is Under Construction
Yes, of course it is. Most web pages are continuously under construction.
If your page is complete enough to publish on the web, then just do it.
Put a date at the bottom of the page so everyone else knows when you last
updated it. There is nothing more pitiful than a page that claims to be
Under Construction and hasn't been touched in three years.
This is just bad form. Instead of saying
<A HREF="home.html">Click Here</A> to return to my
make your links say something useful:
<A HREF="home.html">Return to My Home Page</A>
Besides, not all browsers use a mouse to activate links. Click
Here simply makes no sense in this case.
Links to Nowhere
Nothing is permanent on the web. External links will go out of date from
time to time so plan to check them regularly. What is really inexcusable
is a dead internal link. Links between your own pages should always be
valid. Check, check, check!
Please proofread your pages before unleashing them on an unsuspecting
world. It is not uncommon to see stray < or & running around,
or emphasised text that goes on forever.
Test all of your links to make sure that they go somewhere. External links
should be checked periodically because nothing is permanent in cyberspace
but there is no excuse for internal links to be wrong.
Feeling ill yet? Netscape did not do the world community
any favours when it introduced its own
tag. And yes, there are pages out there where everything
blinks on and off. Blinking text draws the eye to it. This might
be a good thing if used extremely sparingly but
many people find it extremely tiresome, even in small quantities. Also
be advised that
<BLINK> is not part
of the HTML and probably never will be.