Contents are important to development of any website. Regardless of the condition suffered by an individual, content should be relevant, clear and sober. This will not create and interesting environment but also help the subject gain more knowledge. An adaptive and simple language should therefore be used in development of such websites. Text should be short and simple. Additionally, deviations from the main idea should be avoided at all costs. Spelling and grammar errors often result into confusion and hence should be avoided at all costs. Its important to note that autistic persons are very literal and hence the need for simple language. For instance, for an autistic person, if you say its going to rain cats and dogs, then he/she will expect real cats and dogs to rain instead of raindrops. Similes, metaphors and symbolic languages should therefore be avoided.
Technical terms, abbreviations and acronyms should be accompanied with explanations to ensure better understandings. Pop-ups are best applicable in such cases. It would be good to provide an explicit explanation on first usage and later make use of htmls element to describe its meaning. This ensures that the meaning is availed in the standard browser as a tooltip. This is vital if the web users are to enjoy easy and confortable usage while assessing the website. Often failure to take into consideration such aspects can cost the overall quality of the website and hence the overall purpose. After all, it is important to note that a website is as just as good as how able it is able to serve the purpose for which it intended. A business website should for instance be able to facilitate the objectives of the website while a website for autistic persons should be able allow autistics persons to use them without much trouble.