Creating new web pages
Although this platform was originally created as a news page generator, in essence it's a web page maker. It creates unlimited, seo friendly web pages that you can link to from anywhere within your website using my easy content management system. Those of you that also want a news page or blog in your website will use this same platform so there is nothing new to learn.
This is the name of the author. It may or may not be displayed on published pages depending on set up.
Enter the subject of your page. I have added code to the news script so the subject is turned into the title of your page. A page's title is an important part of a web page for search engines to find it. Whenever possible try and make it a key worded search phrase that people are likely to type to find the page. Try to use no more than 6 keywords and no more than 12 words in total.
Add a description of the page.
Optional depending on news page set up.
Short News :
The short news should be a brief explanation of what your new page is about. The short news creates a basic list with links to all of your new pages.
I often hide this list from view and replace it with a more user friendly version that you have complete control over and can edit via my easy content management system. (if needed)
You will still need to add a short description if you are using this news page generator only to create new web pages for your website.
Full News :
This is where your new page is created. As default it is a blank page where you can add text and images. I can create bespoke template layouts for you which you can use as many times as you like. Each page that you create will have a unique web page address. You can link to these pages from your website's main menu, a bespoke index page or from any text or images within your website.
Once your happy with your new page or edited page, click 'Post'. You can then view what it looks like in your website. Remember to click refresh button on your browser for any changes to take effect.
Spelling errors may not show up in the news page wysiwyg editor boxes. If this occurs click on the 'Source' button and then click on the text. Any spelling error will be queried with a squiggly red line beneath it. Right click the queried word to show alternative spelling suggestions.
I personally find Firefox to be the best browser to use the news page editor.