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Test results for http://www.snowboardingworld.info Test results from 1/30/2012 10:25:15 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.

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.

Table Summary

Depreciated: "The

summary attribute is not supported in HTML5." 

"The TABLE element takes an optional SUMMARY attribute to describe the purpose and/or structure of the table. The overview provided by the SUMMARY attribute is particularly helpful to users of non-visual browsers."

Source:
http://htmlhelp.com/reference/html40/tables/table.html

Further information:
http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG10-TECHS/#gl-table-markup

No tables or not enough tables containing summaries were found on the tested website.

Table Header

Table headers should be recognisable as such, since they perform a descriptive task. This allows disabled users an optimised user experience with tables.  In addition, this allows a simple unified formatting of all tables on the website through CSS.

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Further information:
http://edition-w3.de/TR/1999/REC-html401-19991224/struct/tables.html,
http://de.selfhtml.org/html/tabellen/aufbau.htm,
http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG10-TECHS/#tech-table-headers.

The tested website contains some specially marked table headers, or none at all.

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A potential warning has been identified.

Number of Nameservers

DNS assigns an IP address to the names of servers on the internet. It is advisable, to increase the availability of a website, to use several name servers. RFC2182, section 5, suggests to use a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 7 name servers.Source and further information:

https://www.rfc-editor.org/info/rfc2182, and https://www.rfc-editor.org.
 
Acronyms:
DNS: Domain Name System
IP: Internet Protocol

The tested website contains less than three name servers.

Nameserver Location

Name servers should be placed in different physical locations.

"It is recommended that three servers be provided for most
organisation level zones, with at least one which must be well
removed from the others.  For zones where even higher reliability is
required, four, or even five, servers may be desirable.  Two, or
occasionally three of five, would be at the local site, with the
others not geographically or topologically close to the site, or each
other."

Source and further information regarding the amount and location of a second name server can be found in RFC2182 3.1.
http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2182.html

The name servers of the tested website are probably in the same physical location.

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.

HTML Class and ID Names

To abstract design from the structure and the content, HTML should contain classes. Classes are invisible to web site users, and allow to classify elements, paragraphs, areas, etc.

The website designer can select and re-format classes with a stylesheet. Classes are only necessary if they differentiate elements, paragraphs, areas, etc. A common mistake is for instance the classification of all elements of one type, which does not add any value but makes the HTML and CSS code unnecessarily long, complex and difficult to understand. Such cases are also referred to as "Classitis", see also
http://www.bs-markup.de/blog/archiv/2005/06/30/dr-css/ .

Another typical error is the wrong naming of the classes.

An article detailing these problems can be found on the seven49.net - Papers.
/Web/de/Papers_Links/Bezeichnung_von_IDs_und_Klassen.htm

One or more wrong namings of a class or ID have been found on tested website.

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