Web pages often require more space on the screen for a specific screen resolution. Most modern browsers puts the slider (a sliding tool on the side of the screen that allows the user to move the page up or down or side to side) in a window to allow the user to view all the contents. Horizontal scrolling is less common than vertical motion, not only because these pages often do not print correctly, but because it is uncomfortable for the user rather than the vertical displacement (because the horizontal lines, forward and backward transfer for each line is much more non- Convenient of displacement after reading the entire screen, also most of the computer keyboards have page up and down keys, many computer mice have vertical scroll wheels, but his horizontal displacement rule is rare). When web pages are stored in a shared directory on a web server, it becomes a website.

Web pages do not have a static page like paper and the length can vary in length. The width of the Web page varies depending on screen size to Web pages of different lengths. For long web pages, information flow and display is very important. If the location is longer and the information at the top is undesirable for the user, the probability of a drop below is read. However, both of the longest shorter web pages have their own advantages and disadvantages. The initial display area of ​​a web page is known as the “click page.” Content above the page is important because this is what people use to evaluate whether they have reached the correct page. It is important that content be above the fold of a page that keeps users interested enough to move downward. Fodder is used for theory that describes information that once the user has seen the part around the fold page value they are more likely to look at another page of value.

When you print a Web page, the ease of printing depends on the length of the page, compared to shorter web pages with page numbering. In the longest web pages with infinite scrolling (for example, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter), it is more difficult to print all pages, since the total number of the following pages are not known. Therefore, in a long time using infinite scrolling web pages, users can only print pages loaded.

Another problem that occurs with Web page printing is the use of ads known as clickbait sites. Therefore, it contains a hard copy of a Web page with clickbaits ads. However, some browsers like Google Chrome use an extension where users have the opportunity to configure and print web pages without ads.

Typically a website contains a set of web pages that are linked with each other, or you have some other coherent ways of navigation. The most important site to have on the site is the index page. Depending on the configuration of the web server, this index page can have many different names, but the most common is index.html. When a browser visits the home page of a website or any URL that refers to a directory instead of a particular file, the web server serves the index page of the requesting browser. If no index page is specified in the configuration or the file is not present on the server, an error menu or directory will appear in your browser. An online website can have a single HTML file or consist of several HTML files using frames or a side-by-side server (SSI).

It has been known that tires cause problems with access to the Internet, copyright, navigation, printing and search engine rankings, and are now used less than in the 90s. Both frames like SSI allow content that appears on many pages, such as page navigation or page headers, Without repeating multiple HTML files to duplicate. Recommends Markus and W3C as a 2000 alternative, the label also allows some content to stay in one place while other content can be moved using traditional scroll bars. The modern techniques of CSS and JavaScript for the customer can also achieve all these goals and others.

When creating a website, it is important to ensure that it complies with the standards of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) HTML, CSS, XML and other standards.