Simple Steps. Better Air. – An Upgraded OzoMeter Experience from the Regional Air Quality Council

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  June 12, 2017 – Longmont, Colorado.  The Regional Air Quality Council has teamed with iCita to create a web portal for the Ozone Aware program.  The site incorporates the OzoMeter application where people can log their trips and show how they have both saved ozone causing pollutants …

Network Administrators – How to test a new website before you launch it.

1. Monitoring A site monitor checks pages regularly to make sure it is available for visitors. Basic monitors check if the page is working. Important pages within the site should have enhanced monitors that test if a completed form behaves the way it should. Enhanced monitors are more expensive to …

Web Developers – How to test a new website before you launch it.

1. Live URLs Often, sites are built at a URL (uniform resource locator) that isn’t the website’s final destination. When a site goes live, the URLs are transferred from a staging area to production. All the URLs change at this time, and they need to be tested. On small sites …

Web Designers – How to test a new website before you launch it.

1. Site speed Check the size of your page sizes and their load time. You can use Google’s own site speed testto do this. Site speed is a ranking factor, so follow any improvements Google recommends as closely as you can. 2. Mobile friendliness Is your website mobile-friendly. Frankly it’s …

Editors and Writers – How to test a new website before you launch it.

1. Spelling, grammar, punctuation Check for proper spelling, typos, and grammar site-wide. Not just in article text and headlines, but also throughout the navigation, calls-to-action, buttons, forms etc. 2. Forms Fill out the forms on the site and go through the following questions: Can the flow be improved? Do you …