Flexible Layout, W3C recommendations, WAI compliance

Design without restrictions

The extended template technology (XTT) in TIMETOWEB CMS enables you to design your website nearly without any restrictions. The only relevant matter is your corporate design, not the technical framework. Deploying reusable and easy to maintain HTML components within the TIMETOWEB CMS fasten and simplify the website designing. Due to this technology you can administer HTML templates even for bigger websites with numerous templates in several languages, without redundancy. Via replacement-tags fragments of a website can dynamically be calculated and formatted.

Information without barriers: multi device, cross browser, search engine optimized

Frames, graphics within the navigation, and a cluttered HTML source code also complicate the right interpretation of your website by search engines. Fixed screen resolution and fixed defined font size not only prevent people with visual impairment to read the website, they also prevent the correct displaying of the websites on PDAs. The use of Javascript (e.g. in DHTML based navigation menus) inhibits the correct navigation on websites via PDAs, for security sensitive users without activated Javascript and Screen Readers likewise.

W3C recommendations

The correct displaying and function of websites in different browsers and operating systems fits best when the HTML-source code complies with the recommendations of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Due to the use of an outmoded Content Management System more than 90% of the company websites don't comply with the W3C recommendations. This results in missed opportunities to make use of the website capabilities. The criterias are loading times of the websites, usability, readability of the websites by different browsers, PDAs, search engines and people with visual impairment.

Web Accessibility Initiative

Web Accessibility is only relevant for government departments or public authorities. They are obligated by law to make their websites accessible for people with visual impairment or blind people using Screen Readers. All other company websites don't need any modifications. Right? Wrong!

Highly accessible websites

Actually, Web Accessibility initially only applies for public institutions, nevertheless the principles are also highly important for companies. The german authorities and communities are obligated to design their internet offerings highly accessible since the end of 2005. Web Accessibility is no special requirement for people with visual impairment, most of the requirements are also positive and expedient for people with sight. With the right Content Management System, highly accessible websites can be realized without additional expenses.