When referencing the name of the university, the use of either name below is acceptable: The State University of New York at Fredonia State University of New York at Fredonia
In an effort to avoid unnecessary duplication of information, any reference to requirements for degree programs, degree options or course descriptions/offerings on web pages should be linked directly to the respective academic affairs area instead of recreating this information on your own individual web page. See http://www.fredonia.edu/catalog
All web pages should be developed using valid HTML 4.01, XHTML, or HTML 5. For specific information on what constitutes valid HTML, check the W3C's (World Wide Web Consortium) web page at: http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/.
Every web page must also be validated. W3C's offers a free online HTML Validation Service that checks HTML documents for conformance to HTML standards (http://validator.w3.org/). Other types of validators (e.g., Cascading Style Sheets) are also available at W3C's web page.
Every web page must at least meet the minimum web content accessibility guideline requirements which can be checked by using WebXACT. Specifically, each web page must pass checks for handicapped compliancy as outlined in Section 508 of the Americans with Disabilities Act (http://www.section508.gov) and mandated by the New York State Office for Technology policy: “Accessibility of Web-Based Information and Applications, NYS-P08-005”: https://its.ny.gov/sites/default/files/documents/nys_p08-005_form_091020...
Avoid including items that need to be maintained frequently on your web pages unless there is someone in your office who is able to update and maintain these pages on a regular basis. Based on past experience, the more maintenance and updates required for a page, the higher the likelihood that this page will fall out of date.