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Test results for http://www.manhuaren.com Test results from 11/18/2014 5:38:40 AM

Printer Friendliness

Web users often want to print the content of a page. Neat printing of the content (e.g. without having the borders cut off) can be achieved by implementing a print function and also by including stylesheets which have been optimised for printing.

Further information:
http://www.thestyleworks.de/tut-art/layout_print.shtml

The tested website does not contain specific technical implementations available on all web pages to allow content of the website to be printed, which usually leads to mistakes and imperfect printing results.

Navigation Lists

Specific HTML lists should be used for navigation, in order to ensure accessibility and to separate design from structure and content.

Previously, tables and empty images were used to design navigation. However, tables are meant to display data, while images are for graphs, pictures, etc.

By using HTML lists, navigation can be formated in separate stylesheets. This leads to a clean, easy to maintain HTML and CSS code, and it also increases performance and makes maintenance easier.

Further information:
http://www.barrierefreies-webdesign.de/knowhow/navigationsleiste/struktureller-aufbau.html
http://www.bartelme.at/journal/archive/listen_stylen_mit_css

The tested website uses list elements, though there is room for improvement.

On-site search feature

"Search is the user's lifeline for mastering complex websites. The best designs offer a simple search box on the home page and play down advanced search and scoping."

Source:
http://www.useit.com/alertbox/20010513.html

Further information:
http://www.webreference.com/new/searchinter.html

No generic website search function was found.

Sitemap

Sitemaps allow users to have a quick and complete overview of the website.

Further information:
http://www.webdesign-referenz.de/designpraxis_sitemaps.shtml

No sitemap was found on the tested website.

Spaghetti Markup

Separating design and structure of the website carries great advantages. The sharper the distinction, the more independent the two areas are. A lack of such a distinction is also called a "spaghetti mark-up" or a "tag-soup" (from the term "HTML tag").

Nowadays it is easy to save colours, type fonts, design images and to a large extent even the layout of the website in CSS files (CSS = Cascading Style Sheet).

Further information:
http://www.style-sheets.de/guide/grundlagen/warum_css
http://www.vorsprungdurchwebstandards.de/theory/retro-coding/

Hint for IT technicians: "Code" does not refer to javascript, but to HTML source.

The tested website contains some spaghetti mark-up in CSS format.

robots.txt File

The robots.txt file allows web managers to specify which search robot is allowed to search which registry. The file contains instructions for search engines robots. The vast majority of modern search engines comply with the instructions of the robots.txt file.

Source and further information on how to build such a file:
http://de.selfhtml.org/diverses/robots.htm
http://www.at-web.de/grundlagen/robots-txt.htm.

No robots.txt file was found on tested website.

RSS or Atom Feed

RSS is a technique that allows users to subscribe to contents of a website such as news, reports, blogs, etc. Atom is a format competing with RSS.

Newly published content is regularly and automatically downloaded on the subscriber's computer or other devices thanks to RSS or Atom. This allows the subscriber to keep up to date.

Functions based on RSS are increasingly integrated in existing applications, like e-mail programmes or web browsers.

Further information:

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/RSS/Getting_Started/Syndicating 

Acronyms:
RSS: Really Simple Syndication, also called Rich Site Summary or RDF Site Summary

No contents in RSS or Atom format were found.

Provide a way to bypass groups in your Navigation

Group related links, identify the group (for user agents), and, until user agents do so, provide a way to bypass the group.

Of particular importance is to have at least one link to bypass navigation at the beginning of the document, taking the user directly to the actual content.

Source:
Checkpoint 13.6., guideline 13. "Provide clear navigation mechanisms", accessibility guidelines for web content 1.0, W3C suggestion of 5th May 1999 http://www.w3c.de/Trans/WAI/webinhalt.html.

No "Group Bypass" was found on the tested website.

Image with Missing Width or Height

Missing height and width size of images is a typical error in HTML, which impacts the performance of the website. A precise definition of height and width allows a quicker download of the website, as the browser recognises the space needed for the image and can leave it empty.

Source and further information: http://de.selfhtml.org/html/grafiken/einbinden.htm#breite_hoehe

At least one image with missing information about height and width was found.

Amount of inter-linked/imported CSS files

This test has been depreciated and will be replaced by other quality and performance tests in the next version.

Nowadays it is easy to save colour, type font, images and to a certain extent even the layout in separate CSS files (CSS = Cascading Style Sheet).

Numerous variations are possible, which should be evaluated on a case by case basis. A big advantage is that browsers do not download CSS files with every page, but they save it in the cache memory.

Further information:
http://de.selfhtml.org/css/formate/einbinden.htm#separat
http://www.thestyleworks.de/ref/at_import.shtml

The tested website uses only one inter-linked or imported stylesheets.

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