Description of authorship varies from one website to another. This follows the notion that some websites are designed and developed for personal use, business use, or for public use. Business and organizational websites have the authorship described collectively, unlike in education boards and university websites where the authorship is described as a single entity. Authorship is singularly or collectively described across the reviewed websites.
Handling of images is done in an informative and communicative manner. The intent of using images in the design and development of websites is to capture a critical aspect of what the websites are all about. Images used relate to fundamental aspects that the user should easily link to the website being accessed. The design and development of the websites in this respect also factor in multimedia content. Variant multimedia content is integrated in the different websites in such a way that suits the diversity of website users.
General navigation criteria of the sites are exhibited. This depends on the specific design of individual website. Navigational tabs are provided for major website components, and quick links to related pages are also made available.