Web Design Of Fish And Chips Website English Language Essay

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According to the purpose of site is to promoting fish and chips as a tasty traditional food , the following are addresses with information with information about fish and chips, that are;

Address

Description

1

http://www.taylorsfish.co.uk/

http://www.colmansfishandchips.com/contact.php

http://www.clickfishandchips.co.uk/fish-and-chips2826.asp

http://www.fishandchipsbath.co.uk/

http://www.seashellrestaurant.co.uk/

http://www.whelansfishandchips.co.uk/

Addresses contains

Good quality of images

clear description of the its restaurant location

Image of its restaurant location

General information on the restaurant for example it open at what times, prices on each items selling from restaurant and also provides specials offer they brought.

2

http://www.learncooking.co.uk/how-cook-perfect-fish-chips.html

Address contains

Good quality of images

General information on how to cook fish and chips such as what are resources needed, standard amount of heat to be set up and steps to follow

3

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_and_chips

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_and_chips

Address contains

Good quality of images

Explanations about different nutrition benefits will be obtain after eating fish and chips

Also address is rich with different disadvantages will be obtain to some one after eating fish and chips

4

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_and_chips

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_and_chips

Address contains

Good quality of images

General information about history for emergency of fish and chips,

Also contains details about food is frequently used at what event

5

http://www.roadfood.com/photos/6936.jpg

Address contains

Good quality of images that enable to describe about different items available on a chip shop menu for example item is selling for what shilling.

6

http://www.electricscotland.net/canada/pics/ron2.jpg

http://www.google.co.tz/images?hl=sw&q=pictures%20of%2

0fish%20and%20chips&um=1&ie=UTF-

8&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi

Addresses contains good quality of images

Fig_1

Task_2

Site Map

Cluster structure:

Fig_ 2 Cluster Structure

Site is designed by using power of hypertext linking to guide users to click text in order to shift in to another page that makes it unlike paper-based.

The structure of site is cluster structure in which all every topic area is island of information, with all pages in each cluster linked to each other.

This structure encourages exploration within a topic area like description of fish and chips shops and restaurants, in which allowing user to navigate freely through the content.

All pages also contain a navigation bar with links to the sections pages, main pages, and site map.

Task_3

Web Site Deign Principles.

Site viewable on monitors with screen resolutions of 800*600 without users having to scroll horizontally

See Fig.3 below

Fig_3

Site is design without using of Times Roman font which is designed for print, is hard to read online. All fonts within a site are designed for online reading.

Italic text is hard to read online, so that is not used in a site, it's used only for special emphasis.

There's no light text on light background and dark text on a dark background.

See Fig_4 below

White space on both sides creates a text column that enforces the vertical flow of the page.

Text designed for displaying online that is text width is short and easy to read without horizontal scrolling.

Site design for Low bandwidth for the purpose to ensure that users with low connection speeds can not click away from site

Pages contain few images make totaling of few KB in file size which is small in number. Small number of images within a pages means that pages downloaded faster.

Site design for easy access of information to ensure that users can access its required information easy

Site design for clear representation of site to ensure that users read information easy, site doesn't contain colors that does not make easy to read pages on eye easy.

Pages also contain many headings so that users can find content quickly.

There's small length of passages of text to provide complete, easy to read columns.

There's active white spaces separates page elements which adds to easy readability of the page.

Site design for users can not feel there's out of Site by avoiding dumping of a lot of pages that does not reassemble that is all pages are uniform that creating unified look of among the Sections and Pages of Site, to ensure that all sections and pages within a site look unified

Site is design for considering relative areas of screen importance

According to the site

Important information placed at the middle of screen window.

Popular links placed at the top of screen window

Linked Related topics placed at the right

Form and other information placed at the right-bottom of screen window

External links placed at the middle of pages

Site is designed to adapt to different screen resolution by remaining centered in the user's browser.

Centering site splitting the remaining space in to equal amounts on the left and right side of the browser window

Contents within a site remain unchanged no matter what the user's screen resolution

Task_4

External CSS File:

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font-size: 14px;

font-family: lucida console;

}

#p1{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

}

#p2{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -350px;

bottom: 15px;

}

#p3{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 11px;

}

h2{

letter-spacing: 8px;

line-heigth: 1px;

font-size: 14px;

font-family: lucida console;

}

#Img1{

position: relative;

right: -100px;

bottom: 2px;

}

#itm1{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -510px;

bottom: 410px;

}

#itm2{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 20px;

position: relative;

right: -605px;

bottom: -50px;

}

#itm3{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: 200px;

}

#itm4{

position: relative;

bottom: 200px;

right: -306px;

}

#H1{

font-size: 13px;

font-family: lucida console;

position: relative;

bottom: -50px;

right: 20px;

}

#H2{

font-size: 14px;

font-family: lucida console;

position: relative;

right: -100;

top: -700px;

letter-spacing: 8px;

}

#H3{

font-size: 13px;

font-family: lucida console;

position: relative;

right: -100;

bottom: 350px;

}

#Img1{

position: relative;

right: -100px;

top: -580px;

}

#F{

position: relative;

right: 120px;

top: -1015px;

}

#C1{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -50px

}

#C2{

position: relative;

bottom: -55px;

right: -265px;

}

#C3{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 14px;

position: relative;

bottom: -80px;

letter-spacing: 4px;

}

#C4{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -85px;

right: -40;

}

#C5{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -95px;

color: red;

}

#C6{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -120px;

right: -10px;

}

#C7{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -120px;

right: -10px;

}

#C8{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -130px;

right: -150px;

}

#C9{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -130px;

right: -150px;

}

#C10{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -140px;

right: -400px;

}

#C11{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -140px;

right: -400px;

}

#C12{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -190px;

right: -10px;

}

#C13{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -190px;

right: -10px;

}

#C14{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -190px;

right: -150px;

}

#C15{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -190px;

right: -150px;

}

#C16{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -215px;

right: -400px;

}

#C17{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -215px;

right: -400px;

}

#B1{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -240px;

right: -150px;

}

#B2{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -380px;

right: -150px;

}

#ImgB{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -100px;

right: -150px;

}

#B3{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: 87px;

right: -354px;

}

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font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -440px;

right: 65px;

}

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font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: 170px;

bottom: -20;

}

#B6{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -150px;

bottom: -20;

}

#Img12{

position: relative;

right: -150px;

bottom:-200px

}

#S1{

position: relative;

right: -70px;

bottom: -100px;

}

#S2{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -350px;

bottom: -200px;

list-style-type: none;

}

#S3{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -10px;

top: -35px;

}

#S4{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -10px;

Bottom: -50px;

}

#S5{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -450px;

Bottom: 10px;

}

#S6{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

Bottom: -60px;

}

#S7{

position: relative;

Bottom: 250px;

right: -510px;

}

#S8{

font-family: lucida console;

}

#H2{

font-size: 14px;

font-family: lucida console;

position: relative;

right: -100;

top: -65px;

letter-spacing: 8px;

}

#H3{

font-size: 13px;

font-family: lucida console;

position: relative;

right: -100;

bottom: -100px;

}

#Img1{

position: relative;

right: -500px;

top: -225px;

}

#L1{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -150px;

right: -230px;

}

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font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

top: -220px;

right: -245px;

list-style-type: none;

}

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font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: -px;

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}

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font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

top: -15px;

right: -340px;

}

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font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

top: -35px;

right: -340px;

list-style-type: none;

}

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font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

top: -15px;

right: -10px;

}

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position: relative;

bottom: -200px;

right: 150px;

}

#L6{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: 10px;

right: -50px;

}

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font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

bottom: 30px;

right: -50px;

list-style-type: none;

}

#L8{

position: relative;

bottom: 0px;

right: -500px;

}

#L9{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

list-style-type: none;

}

#L10{

list-style-type: none;

}

#SW1{

position: relative;

right: -190px;

bottom: -100px;

}

#SW2{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -350px;

bottom: -200px;

list-style-type: none;

}

#SW3{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -10px;

top: -35px;

}

#SW4{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -10px;

Bottom: -50px;

}

#SW5{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -450px;

Bottom: 10px;

}

#SW6{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

Bottom: -60px;

}

#SW7{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

Bottom: 150px;

right: -550px;

}

#SW8{

font-family: lucida console;

}

#ST1{

position: relative;

right: -70px;

bottom: -100px;

}

#ST2{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -450px;

bottom: -200px;

list-style-type: none;

}

#ST3{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -10px;

top: -35px;

}

#ST4{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -10px;

Bottom: -50px;

}

#ST5{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -450px;

Bottom: 10px;

}

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font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

Bottom: 250px;

right: -510px;

}

#ST7{

font-family: lucida console;

}

#SF1{

position: relative;

bottom: -100px;

right: -250px;

}

#SF2{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -350px;

bottom: -200px;

list-style-type: none;

}

#SF3{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -10px;

top: -35px;

}

#SF4{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -10px;

Bottom: -50px;

}

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font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -450px;

Bottom: 10px;

}

#SF6{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

Bottom: -60px;

}

#SF7{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

Bottom: 200px;

right: -550px;

}

#SF8{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

Bottom: -60px;

}

#ST1{

position: relative;

right: -70px;

bottom: -100px;

}

#ST2{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -350px;

bottom: -250px;

list-style-type: none;

}

#ST3{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -10px;

top: -35px;

}

#ST4{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -10px;

Bottom: -50px;

}

#ST5{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -450px;

Bottom: 10px;

}

#ST6{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

Bottom: -60px;

}

#ST7{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

Bottom: 150px;

right: -550px;

}

#ST8{

font-family: lucida console;

}

#Link{

font-size: 14px;

font-family: lucida console;

}

#ST1{

position: relative;

right: -70px;

bottom: -100px;

}

#ST2{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -450px;

bottom: -200px;

list-style-type: none;

}

#ST3{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -10px;

top: -35px;

}

#ST4{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -10px;

Bottom: -50px;

}

#ST5{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

right: -450px;

Bottom: 10px;

}

#ST6{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

Bottom: -60px;

}

#ST7{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

Bottom: 150px;

right: -550px;

}

#ST8{

font-family: lucida console;

}

#ST25{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

Bottom: -70px;

right: px;

}

#Img00{

position: relative;

right: -100px;

bottom: 2px;

}

#STWrong{

font-family: lucida console;

font-size: 13px;

position: relative;

Bottom: -60px;

}

Task_5

Differences between Internet Explorer and Firefox

There's over riding of text when Firefox is used

Fig_ page layout as opened with fig_ page layout as opened with Firefox Internet Explorer

Report:

Differences between Internet Explorer and Firefox

There's over riding of text when Firefox is used

Firefox gives more web page space to view more of a web page without scrolling

Internet Explorer has gray behind its images, Firefox doesn't.

Content within marquee element is not seen on Firefox browser

Check for CSS Code Validation :

Problem 1

Line 673, Column 2: end tag for "html" omitted, but OMITTAG NO was specified

}

Element is neglected to be closed, that is element should be ended with closing tag like this /> instead of ">"

Problem 2

Line 673, Column 2: "html" not finished but document ended

}

Html should be finished first before document ended

Problem 3:

Line 3, Column 1: character data is not allowed here

#Link{

Character data is used which is not permitted to appear, mistakes that can cause this errors include

Putting text directly in the body of the document without wrapping it in a container element (such as a <p> aragraph</p>) or

Forgetting to quote an attribute value (where characters such as "%" and "/" are common, but cannot appear without surrounding quotes) or

Using XHTML-style self-closing tags (such as <Meta ... />) in HTML 4.01 or earlier. To fix, remove the extra slash ('/') character.

Check for HTML Code Validation

Problem 1

Line 11, Column 49: required attribute "alt" not specified

…CAPEFTDE.jpg" width="65" height="75" /><img src="images3.jpg" width="65" heigh…

The attribute given above is required for an image element used, but omitted

Problem 2

Line 11, Column 97: required attribute "alt" not specified

…"images3.jpg" width="65" height="75" /><img src="CA2VYNQ1.jpg" width="65" heig…

alt attribute of image "images3" is forgotten to be included in image element

Problem 3

Line 11, Column 146: required attribute "alt" not specified

…CA2VYNQ1.jpg" width="65" height="75" /><img src="CA2NW9YB.jpg" width="200" hei…

alt attribute of image "CA2VYNQ1" is forgotten to be included in image element

Problem 4

Line 11, Column 196: required attribute "alt" not specified

…A2NW9YB.jpg" width="200" height="75" /><img src="images2.jpg" width="65" heigh…

alt attribute of image "A2NW9YB" is forgotten to be included in image element

Problem 5

Line 11, Column 244: required attribute "alt" not specified

…"images2.jpg" width="65" height="75" /><img src="images.jpg" width="65" height…

alt attribute of image "images2" is forgotten to be included in image element

Problem 5

Line 11, Column 291: required attribute "alt" not specified

…="images.jpg" width="65" height="75" /><img src="CA47MHU5.jpg" width="65" heig…

alt attribute of image "images" is forgotten to be included in image element

Problem 6

Line 11, Column 340: required attribute "alt" not specified

…jpg" width="65" height="75" /><img src="CA47MHU5.jpg" width="65" height="75" />

alt attribute of image "CA47MHU5" is forgotten to be included in image element

Problem 7

Line 29, Column 6: document type does not allow element "hr" here; missing one of "object", "applet", "map", "iframe", "button", "ins", "del" start-tag

<hr />

The mentioned element is not allowed to appear in the context; the other mentioned elements are the only ones that are both allowed there and can contain the element mentioned. This might mean that you need a containing element, or possibly that you've forgotten to close a previous element.

One possible cause for this message is because of attempted to put a block-level element (such as "<p>" or "<table>") inside an inline element (such as "<a>", "<span>", or "<font>").

Problem 8

Line 30, Column 85: required attribute "alt" not specified

…c="300px-Fish_and_chips_in_Pakistan.jpg" width="350" height="170" id="Img1" />

alt attribute of image "c="300px-Fish_and_chips_in_Pakistan.jpg" is forgotten to be included in image element

Problem 9

Line 31, Column 11: document type does not allow element "p" here; missing one of "object", "applet", "map", "iframe", "button", "ins", "del" start-tag

<p id="p2">

The mentioned element is not allowed to appear in the context in place which is placed; the other mentioned elements are the only ones that are both allowed there and can contain the element mentioned. This might mean that need a containing element, or possibly that forgotten to close a previous element.

One possible cause for this message is that attempted to put a block-level element (such as "<p>" or "<table>") inside an inline element (such as "<a>", "<span>", or "<font>").

Problem 10

Line 40, Column 26: document type does not allow element "p" here; missing one of "object", "applet", "map", "iframe", "button", "ins", "del" start-tag

<p align="center" id="p3"><u>fish&Chips is a traditional food from the United K…

The mentioned element above is not allowed to appear in the context in which in area placed; the other mentioned elements are the only ones that are both allowed there and can contain the element mentioned. This might mean that is needed a containing element, or possibly that forgotten to close a previous element.

One possible cause for this message is that attempted to put a block-level element (such as "<p>" or "<table>") inside an inline element (such as "<a>", "<span>", or "<font>").

Problem 11

Line 40, Column 35: cannot generate system identifier for general entity "Chips"

<p align="center" id="p3"><u>fish&Chips is a traditional food from the United K…

An entity reference was found in the document, but there is no reference by that name defined. Often this is caused by misspelling the reference name, unencoded ampersands, or by leaving off the trailing semicolon (;). The most common cause of this error is unencoded ampersands in URLs as described by the WDG in "Ampersands in URLs".

Entity references start with an ampersand (&) and end with a semicolon (;). If it needed to use a literal ampersand in document must be encoded it as "&amp;" (even inside URLs!) and must be end with entity references with a semicolon or entity reference may get interpreted in connection with the following text, a part from that entity references are case-sensitive; &Aelig; and æ are different characters.

Problem 12

Line 7, Column 1: start tag was here

<table border="0" width="770" align="center">

Problem 13

Line 44, Column 7: end tag for "table" omitted, but OMITTAG NO was specified

</body>

Problem 14

Line 42, Column 5: end tag for "p" omitted, but OMITTAG NO was specified

</td>

Neglected to close an element, or perhaps meant to "self-close" an element, that is, ending it with "/>" instead of ">".

Problem 15

Line 41, Column 6: end tag for element "div" which is not open

</div>

Task-6

Report

The way user generated comments will be implemented functionality:

During design for the form to function, form element contains some attributes that are necessary for interacting with the form-processing program on the server. Let's look at each

action attribute:

action attribute provides the location (URL) of the application or script (action page) that will be used to process the form.

<form action="D:\MH.S1_files\form.asp" method="post">

form.asp is form action that sends data to a script

URL must match with location of script on the server, here script is found within server computer at local disk D in side MH.S1_files folder.

The .asp suffix indicates that this form is processed by a Microsoft's ASP (Active Server Pages) pro

method attribute:

method attribute specifies how the information should be sent to the server.

There are two methods for sending encoded data by browser to the server, when the form's method is sent to POST; the browser sends a separate server request containing some special headers followed by the data. Only server sees content of this request, thus it is the best method for sending secure information such as credit card or other personal information.

POST method sending a lot of data, such as a lengthy text entry, because there is no character limit.

Or encoded data can be sent by browser by using GET method, but there's 256 characters limits can not be used to sending a lot of data or when a form is used to upload a file.

For the my site POST method is used for sent data to server, because approximation for characters that made user comments may exceed more than 256 characters.

name attribute:

name attribute identifies the variable name for control. Variable store data for later to be processed, When a user enter comment in the field will be passed to the server as a name/value (variable/content) pair like this:

Comment=Your%20site%20is%20good%20enough%20no%20change%20will%20be%20made.

All form control elements must include a name attribute so the form-processing application can sort information. The only exceptions are submit and reset button elements because they have special functions (submitting or resetting the form) not related to data collection.

A part from that web application that processes the data is programmed to look for specific variable names, so that

During designing a form to work a program or script, variable names should be found it to be used in a form so they speaking the same language, variable names obtained from developer or from the instructions provided with a ready-to-use script on server.

If the site is built first and application or script created later, its important to be aware for make sure that all names are uniquely, that is same name may not be used for the two variables.

Character spaces in variable names not accepted, underscore or period should be used instead of that.

During designing of form multiline text entry field should be used instead of single-line text field to allow users to be able to enter more than just one line of text, otherwise form will correct few comments from users.

Site contains more than one form and each form should be given unique name (id) to identify it from other, otherwise will lead confusing for script to know data from what form need to be processed at that time.

Problems that will overcome

During designing a form to work a program or script, variable names should be found from developer or from the instructions provided with a ready-to-use script on server it to be used in a form so they speaking the same language. At that point if developer brought us wrong variable names and used within a site form will not run.

If GET method is used during designing form instead of POST method, will cause users of site to sending few comments because GET method limited with 256 characters, if characters exceed more than 256 characters, exceeded characters will not be allowed to be sent from browser to a script or application.

action attribute provides the location (URL) of the application or script (action page) that will be used to process the form, so that URL must match with location of script on the server, otherwise form will not work.

During designing of form multiline text entry field should be used instead of single-line text field to allow users to be able to enter more than just one line of text, otherwise form will correct few comments from users.

Site contains more than one form and each form should be given unique name (id) to identify it from other, otherwise will lead confusing for script to know data from what form need to be processed at that time.

value attribute specifies the value to be sent to the server. During designing of form when there's wrong value inputted, form will send something which is not intended to sent that may lead problem. For example during a time when users fill a form for a choice as a male or female and a form is design as in a place of male value will be sent is female it may lead database to store data that is not intended and mismatching of two value one that stored in database and one corrected from form. This will happen at a point in a site before users login must enter correct its email and password in order to post comments to us. Email and password are compared from details already store from database when during a form designing there's wrong value inputted comparing that will not be true and users may not allowed to access database, that may lead problem to us.

The following are the ways make this part of Website easy to maintain;

There's large active white space reserved in each part of site, when there's a need for adding something within a site reserved active white space may be used.

Some part is given unique identity, make it easy for later changing it's layout by using external cascading style sheet and

Because site is built with external style sheet more than one part may be affected to change its layout that save reserving a time and energy and make easy to maintain large part of site by making few changes.

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