Ten Content commandments

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Best practices for usable, accessible content

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  • 1. Ten Content commandments Best practices for usable, accessible content @leonardhoux
  • 2. 1. Images
  • 3. 1. Images
  • 4. 1. Images: Display for a reason
  • 5. 1. Images: display for a reason
  • 6. 1. Images: display for a reason
  • 7. 1. Images: Display for a reason
  • 8. 2. Links
  • 9. 2. Links: Link to the Noun
  • 10. 3. Section Headings
  • 11. 3. Section Headings: Use the section names
  • 12. 3. Section Headings: Use the section names
  • 13. 3. Section Headings: Use the section names
  • 14. 4. HTML
  • 15. 4. HTML
  • 16. 4. HTML: Keep it clean
  • 17. 4. HTML: Keep it clean
  • 18. 4. HTML: Keep it clean
  • 19. 5. Alignment
  • 20. 5. Alignment: Left
  • 21. 6. Sub-headers
  • 22. 6. Sub-headers: Front-load key info.
  • 23. 6. Sub-headers: Front-load key info.
  • 24. 7. Section Order
  • 25. 7. Section Order: Stick to one scheme
  • 26. 8. Text format
  • 27. 8. Text format: Use HTML
  • 28. 9. Text formatting
  • 29. 9. Text formatting: Break up walls of text
  • 30. 10. Copy
  • 31. 10. Copy: Cut it in half
  • 32. 10. Copy: Cut it in half
  • 33. Ten Content Commandments 1. Display images for a reason. 2. Make the link a noun. 3. Use section names. 4. Keep your HTML clean. 5. Align left 6. Sub-head sections with gerunds and imperatives. 7. Keep lists in one scheme. 8. Use HTML for online content. 9. Break up your wall of text. 10. Cut your text in half.
  • 34. RECOMMENDED READING