When writing for the Web, bear these points in mind:
- Link to sources whenever possible or practical.
- Your bandwidth is infinite, so write as much as you need to write to communicate the point in an understandable way.
- It's best to divide long things into parts, and then link between them.
- The format of tight summary linked to full examination is an excellent understanding of the medium.
- Avoid the use of expository digressions
- The use of "nut graph"-styled writing is often poorly adapted to Web writing.
- Web writing should be crafted with the knowledge that communication can also run in two directions.
See also: Writing for Print.