Recently I got the idea to look for a SEO tool that helps you with analyzing and keeping track of link exchanges, but after searching 5min with Google I found nothing that was what I needed. So I thought “Do It Yourself” and this is the result:Continue reading
You want to upload a bunch of new features and some bug-fixes to your site? Great! You want to avoid nasty side-effects and make sure that it works the same way like it was planned before? …then you will have to do a lot of testing!
Basically this Quality Assurance Phase should take place 2 times:
One time in a test-environment before the deployment to the production server and once again after the new web is live!
To maximize the efficiencies of your testing take care not to do the following mistakes that might lead to wrong observations, unnecessary time-waste or you will end up in overlooking faults:
Gantt charts are a good way to visualize project plans. To prepare Gantt charts in a quick and easy way you will need the help of specialized tools. (please do not even think about using Powerpoint or Excel for bigger Gantt charts ) My favourite tool for smaller and mid-size project plans is the free software GanttProject:
There are no broken links on your web page? Sure? If your web project is bigger than a couple of pages you will need the help of an automatic link checker tool to answer this question. If you do not check the links regularly and there are too many broken links you risk that:
- the usability will be bad, because users just waste their time with clicking on the broken links
- the SEO (Search Engine Optimization) suffers, because the search engine crawlers might waste their (limited!) time with following these links.