Alex Calvert's Final Exam Practice

Freestanding Information

Web pages are essentially independent, with visitors often being sent to a page that is not the index, due to locating the site on a search engine. This can be confusing, and may lead the visitors to feel lost. This is why it is important to leave freestanding information, or basic info about the site, so that visitors can learn these things regardless of which page they are on. Freestanding information is most often kept in a footor on the bottom of every page, such as the small white text on the bottom of this page. Info most often put here is the name and location of the author, and the last date the page was updated.