Are there any rules on designing a web project?
No, basically there are no explicit rules regarding the design of websites. Nevertheless, it is advisable to follow some guidelines in terms of guidelines:
- Please check the loading times of the website. Invoking a page on the web often requires loading a lot of extra files; large files, such as high-resolution images, cause longer load times.
- Ensure the compatibility of the website with different browsers. Users use different browsers to view a page. Therefore, it is important that accessibility can be guaranteed. In general it makes sense to develop the website W3C-compliant. A good way to identify and then fix potential problems is to validate the markup.
- Keep an eye on the user-friendliness of the website. The usability of a website makes a significant contribution to presenting the content in an interesting way. Scientific topics can take on a high level of complexity, so it makes sense to think about the structure and navigation of the page before starting any development work.
- Scientific work.Even with an Internet project, the sources should be cited and listed in a directory.
- Work with hypertext. Make use of the opportunity to set links to make more information available to readers. This makes sense especially for reference data.
To which extend do I have to code?
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What should be considered working on a web project?
An Internet project differs from a paper in the medial presentation. Instead of using a linear text, you can use all the media-specific options, provided that are helpful in working on your theme and following the research interest. A web project also contains a scientific question, which is worked out analogously to the term paper.