Lesson 3: Quality Control of the Client Website


Now that you have successfully constructed the client website, you must check to be fully certain that the site is problem free before unveiling it to your client. This includes checking the site for broken links, bad HTML, browser incompatibilities, missing alt text, spelling errors, and similar issues that all fall under the heading of quality control.


To find and correct any problems with the website that might have been overlooked during the design process.

Learner Outcomes

At the completion of this exercise, you will be able to:


  1. Use your web authoring tool's site management features to find and correct problems in your site. Run any reports that make sense for assuring the quality of your finished product, including but not limited to the following:
    • sitewide check for broken links
    • sitewide check for accessibility
    • sitewide check for browser compatibility
    • sitewide spell check (if available).
  2. Use these websites to validate your HTML, CSS, and accessibility:
  3. Make changes to your site based on the feedback you get from the reports and tests.

All done?

Present printed copies of reports and validation tests to your instructor. Explain what changes you made based on the feedback you received.