Our website needs to have good quality information on it. If the content isn’t good enough people in the district won’t go online to request services and find out what they need to know.
It’s important that there are no broken links and no spelling mistakes on our website. Broken links can make it harder for you to find the information you want and spelling mistakes can make information harder to understand.
How we check the website
One way we can check the quality of our website is with Site Improve. Every 5 days their software checks around 5000 pages and tells us if we have any broken links or spelling mistakes. Our web team fixes any errors that Site Improve finds.
Painting the Forth Bridge
The information on our website is changing all the time, with about 150 pages being updated every week. So, the web team regularly use Site Improve to check everything is up to scratch. With so many pages to keep on top of, it can sometimes seem like painting the Forth Bridge. So, it is particularly satisfying to have got the errors down to a nice round zero this week.
If you spot something that isn’t right on our website, you can tell us on our online feedback form.
We’ll be making more changes to the website in the next few months, and we’ll use this blog to keep you up to date with what we’re working on.