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Attributes Tabs - Publishing
Attributes Tabs - Images
Attributes Tabs - Parameters
Attributes Tabs - Meta Info
Related Information

Meta Info:

In addition to the fields below in which to set the Meta Data for this particular Content Item, there is also an option within the Global Configuration -> Metadata Tab, to set a web site wide collection of Keywords and Descriptions that are then automatically appended to every Content Item. These avoid the necessity of repeating the same entry of words and ensures a minimum set of Meta Data wording is always used.

Description: This field corresponds to the Meta Tags in the Head of an HTML page. Enter a brief description as to the purpose of the Content Item. This information is used by some Search Engines which then categorise the page accordingly.

Keywords: Enter a number of Meta Keywords that reflect the substance of the Content Item. This information is used by some Search Engines which then categorise the page accordingly. In addition, Keywords are central to the functioning of the Related Items Module.

Add Sect/Cat/Title: Click the Add Sect/Cat/Title button to automatically add all the words contained in the Section Title, Category Title, and Content Item Title to the Keywords field above. If this is done be sure to edit out the superfluous words (and, then, this, for example)

Link to Menu:

The fields in this Tab will create a Link - Content Item Menu Item in the Menu selected.

Select a Menu: Select the Menu, on which the new Link - Content Item will be created, from the displayed list of existing Menus in the Front-end of the web site.

Menu Item Name: Enter a name for the new Menu Item. This will be the entry that will be visible within the Menu itself.

Link to Menu Button: Once all the fields above have been satisfactorily completed, click thelink_to_menu_btn Link to Menu button to commit the changes to the system and create the new Menu Item.

Existing Menu Link: If the Content Item has previously been linked to an existing Menu the details of this will be displayed in this field. The current change will appear in this field once the link_to_menu_btnbutton has been clicked.


Last Updated ( Wednesday, 04 July 2007 )
 
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