Websites should be properly supported and maintained, with particular attention given to security aspects that help protect users from viruses and malware. As a minimum, websites should use https and not http, and all traffic should be redirected through https.
Those responsible for the website should apply web standards and best ethical practices to the website's content, presentation, and application.
The website should not contain information that might mislead readers or authors.
The website should not copy another journal/publisher’s site, design, or logo.
If any text is copied from another website, an acknowledgement to the source website should be declared.
In addition to the requirements outlined below, the following items should be clearly displayed:

Aims and scope.
The target readership of the journal.
The types of manuscripts the journal will consider for publication (for example, that multiple or redundant publication is not allowed).
Authorship criteria.
ISSNs (separate for print and electronic versions).