Do you name web pages to be consistent with database tables?
In a database-driven page, it is important that the name of the page is based on the data that the page contains. For example, if a page shows client details and is based on the Client table, then the page should be called Client.aspx. Other examples are:
- a search page. This page ssw/Kb/KBSearch.asp is for searching a table obviously called KB
- a search results page. This page ssw/KB/KBResult.aspx?searchOn=Words&searchFor=problem is returning the records for a table called KB
- a detail page. This page is showing the detail record for a record in the table 'KB'