Keep Web sites simple
No one wants to type in two lines' worth of a Web address' slashes, underscores and tildes. So don't make them. Instead, direct them to a home page and then tell them how to navigate from there.
Visit www.ci.rowlett.tx.us/Rowlett/ Departments/Parks+and+Recreation/.Better:
Visit www.ci.rowlett.tx.us and pull down to Parks and Recreation in the Departments menu.Also, note that in Web addresses, case doesn't matter in anything before the first slash but does matter after. And if you get a Web address that ends in a slash or "/index.html" or "/index.php" they can usually be deleted.
www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/index.htmlcan be changed to
www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/onlineSame Web site. And
www.earthcalendar.net/index.phpshould be changed to
www.earthcalendar.netIt will automatically redirect to the address with the "/index.php" ending, but the goal is to give readers the shortest Web site possible.