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What is your own checklist right after posting a new page to your website?

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Re: new page

I don't post new pages to my website. I ftp them. And before I do that I check if they show as I want on my PC (the website is a copy of a folder on my PC). Then after ftp'ing I check if they show as I want on the website.
But it might be different if you have a CMS. Then it doesn't run on your PC.

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Checklist right after posting a new page to website

There is no pre-defined checklist, but I do check followings:
1. Slug
2. Meta tags
3. Image alignment
4. Image Alt and title attributes
5. Proper working of inbound, outbound and CTA links
6. Text alignment
7. Headings placement etc.

Post was last edited on May 5, 2018 12:36 AM PDT

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Re: checklist

That are all things I should do before loading the page to the server and showing it to the world. But I understand you publish first and check later.

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