Web Page Checklist
We live in a web of ideas, a fabric of our own making.
The following simple checklist is by no means exhaustive, but may prove useful to other web authors out there in cyberspace (or should I say "the cloud" now?). It has gradually been built up over more than 20 years, since the very earliest days of the web. While not impossible, it would be difficult for a web page to pass this checklist and yet still not be "good". Naturally, as with all things, sensible judgment should be used when applying this checklist, as not every point is valid for every possible situation, and reasonable people may differ on some points.
NOTE: There is no attempt to explain the "whys" of each point here – for that, you should search the web for more detailed articles, of which there are many. This list is purely intended as a brief, concise checklist for authors to run through very quickly, typically right before a page is uploaded and declared finished.