Once a site is coded, it has one more step to go through before it can go live: the Quality Assurance (QA) check. During a Quality Assurance check, an HTML developer—one that didn't code the original site—goes over the code on a newly created or redesigned website. This developer uses the following checklists to make sure that the content meets all of EERE's Web standards.
Use this QA Checklist for sites that are in-template and hosted in the OpenText Content Management System.
Use this QA Checklist for sites that are in-template but are hosted on any other EERE server.
Use this QA Checklist for sites that are not in the EERE template.
Use this QA Checklist to check whether video, audio, and animation files meet EERE's requirements.