sure file links match the filename case (upper/lower) after
uploading. Transferring files across different operating
systems or uploading them using FTP software can change the
case. Windows systems can access web pages who links and
filenames do not match case, but Unix and others are case
sensitive. Some people choose to use all lowercase to make
sure they are correct, but this is not required.
universally accepted characters in file names .-_ (period,
dash, underline) do not use ~ (tilde)|
Avoid spaces even though they are
permitted on Windows. Use a %20 to represent a space if
8.3 filenames when possible, but this is not required. It
effects how the filenames look when downloaded to other
systems. Kenneth_Rury.JPG may be saved as Kennet~.JPG on
forward slash / in the path name even though on DOS
you typically use backward slash \. Unix uses /.
for 640x480 and not greater than 800x600. If possible make it dynamic
to adjust to various size screens. Have a WebTV user test it.
alternate text for all graphics. Not all browsers support
graphics, particularly for the blind. |