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Apr 03, 2022
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because there are a few more steps before you can count down to get started. For a comprehensive view of all the steps in the website design process, download our Web Guide: 7 Phases of a Website Redesign. Remember, we told you at the very beginning of Phase 1 that the web is a process, not a project. You should already have planned for ongoing website maintenance. Really, post-launch analysis is when the real work begins (sorry but it's true)! So let's start with phase 7, launching your new website:1. Check links and content Now that you've put all that hard work into creating a shiny new website, your team needs to spend some time auditing the site and checking. all the links and content before launch. pages, just make sure your links are working, especially on your main web pages. As for content, check lorem ipsum and more - has all of your content been filled in? If so, was it populated in the right places? No employee email list matter how visually appealing the new site is, the supporting text and outdated content won't impress your web visitors. 2. Make sure the site is accessible You should constantly check your site to see if it meets accessibility requirements. We've discussed this throughout the process, but it's certainly just as important in the endgame. Do not allow a single image to be published without following accessibility best practices! All images need the alt attribute, but if an image is merely decorative (i.e. a border or images used only to make the site more visually appealing), it's still important to include a "null" alt tag. Sound a bit confusing? The W3C Web Accessibility Tutorials provide a comprehensive overview of accessible images. Make sure your content contributors and tech team have been diligent about accessibility requirements like these throughout the process, and if there are
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