Think of the shortest way to say what you want to write about. Try and keep it under two words and as few as possible so that the person browsing your website will understand what the website category may be about. Keep in mind that they will follow the links like a flow or sentence. Enter this under nav head name. Now think of that short sentence to describe what the category is about using your keyword strategy's focus. Enter this under nav link., Choose which navigation menu you want the page to appear. All set? press Create new Nav Head.
you can edit the link, or the nav head name here at any time when you have the website page in edit mode
if you do not want a slideshow, leave slideshow set at no slideshow and slideshow position at none.
if you do want a slideshow choose the appropriate one from the slideshow menu. It will have a list of the slideshows you have created. If you need to create one, you can come back later and reset this in edit mode. Now choose the slideshow position. Top will place the slideshow above the CMS content. Bottom will place the slideshow under the content. Middle will give you two areas of content and the slideshow will appear between them.
If you are not sure what meta tags are about read these top SEO tips and tricks for meta tags.
Meta description tags are indeed very useful and important. While it may be true that the search engines do not use this tag in any way to determine rankings, they still use them when your web page is displayed in the search engine listings.
This description is listed below the title of the page in the search engine listing. This is a key way to engage your customer to click through to your site by reading the description you provide. Treat your meta description like an opportunity to sell your website page in a 160 character sound byte to your customers. It is your chance to tell the searcher you have what they are looking for.
Put keywords from your keyword phrases into the meta description tag where possible in a logical sentence structure. The search engines will bold the keyword, drawing the searcher’s attention to your website. Your description should compel the searcher to click your link because they want to learn more.
Each page on your website should have unique meta descriptions. If every page has the same description, search engines will discount them as being valid thinking that the pages are identical
These meta descriptions also get used on Facebook shares telling the friends of whoever shared your website page, a quick bit about your website and why they too may want to click and read more
Stay away from special characters like question marks(?) or double quotes("). These will cut off your description from showing at all making them useless to you. if you need to use a quote, use a single quote (') instead. The best practice is to use only letters from the alphabet and numbers in the description.
While it is true that the big two search engines, Google and Bing, do not read this data while indexing your website, other web applications do. It does not hurt to fill these in as words or two word phrases each separated by a comma. Again here do not use any special characters. Stick to alphanumeric ones only.
The title tag is a quick way to grab the attention of the web searcher. Utilize your keyword phrases here to quickly describe what the page the searcher will find when they click your link. Make sure your page title is keyword rich and sentence like when read. Your title should be no longer than 70 characters and ideally about 60 for listing and display purposes.
Here you fill in your content. the meat and potatoes of your website page. you can use this editor to upload images or insert them from the images you have on file., We have styled the editor to match pretty closely how things will appear on your web site page from the style we have created for you.
Foe best results in search engines, each page should have at least 500 words of quality content that is useful and informative. there is a word counter at the bottom of this text editor
Pressing preview will show you what he website page will look like on the website. it saves your edits but does not write them to website server. This way you can make changes, see how they look and when you are ready you can press save. Pressing save will write the changes into the server so that your page will now look this new version when clicked by a web user. Pressing Save As will clone the web page and bring into the edit mode where you can enter a new name and url etc. when saved in edit mode, this will become a new page
Pressing edit will return you to the editor module for this web page. Pressing save will write the changes to the server and return you to preview mode so you cam be sure you are happy with the results. Pressing list all will return to the Site CMS Admin.Pressing Save As will clone the web page and bring into the edit mode where you can enter a new name and url etc. when saved in edit mode, this will become a new page
If, Publish is visible beside the listing for your web page in the button row on the right, the page is not "public" yet. To make it live press publish. When you publish a nav head type page all sub pages will also be published that have been made live or active on the site. This way you can work on a whole topic category or navigation group at once. "publishing" all the sub pages first. These will be hidden until you publish the one in the hierarchy above it., When you are ready, publish the lot by publishing the topmost unpublished page.
If it says Hide beside the listing for your web page, it is published and will be live on the site if all the hierarchy above it is published. To hide an individual page press hide beside that page listing. If there are sub pages below that page, they will be hidden as well. (yet still say published in the listing).To make them all live again, Just hit publish on the top most main category/topic page.
the navigation tree works like this
-> sub topic
->->sub topics sub topic
->->another sub sub topic