[WSG] Re: WSG Digest

2010-10-16 Thread Jamie Peloquin
Hi, I will be in and out of the office Friday, October 15-Monday October 18. I will be back in the office on Tuesday, October 19. Thank you, Jamie Peloquin --- Jamie Peloquin Design :: web : print : identity ::

[WSG] Long documents

2010-10-16 Thread grant_malcolm_bailey
Hello, Is there any standard (official or otherwise) that limits the length of single web pages? I edit an online journal which contains articles of up to 7000 words. Currently each article resides on a single web page which the viewer must scroll to read. Some of the articles are 10-20

Re: [WSG] Long documents

2010-10-16 Thread Joseph Taylor
I personally haven't encountered any standards describing such, but it's very common to see long articles break into multiple pages. Also creates more ad places if that's your thing. Others in the group might think differently of course. Joseph R. B. Taylor /Web Designer / Developer/

Re: [WSG] Long documents

2010-10-16 Thread Al Sparber
On 10/16/10 6:19 PM, grant_malcolm_bai...@westnet.com.au wrote: Hello, Is there any standard (official or otherwise) that limits the length of single web pages? I edit an online journal which contains articles of up to 7000 words. Currently each article resides on a single web page which the

RE: [WSG] Long documents

2010-10-16 Thread Peter Hislop
Hello, Whilst many usability folk warn of user resistance to scrolling for information, there is some research that indicates that people will stick with long pages if the information is relevant and laid out in a manner that is least tiring on the eye (good contrast, thoughtful line length,