abcOnline CMS (Bj&oslash;rn Kj&oslash;lseth) Copyright 2008, abcOnline CMS EN 2008-06-13 10:00:00 GMT +1 2008-06-13 10:00:00 GMT +1 abcOnline CMS 15 <![CDATA[New features by abcOnline-CMS]]> We have just released a new version (5.1) of abcOnline-CMS, and it has a lot of new features.

One of the features that we hope you will like it the possibility to add "share" links at the top and/or to add "Like" buttons at the bottom of News, Articles and Products.
This is easily done when the Editor checks the boxes on the bottom of the Admin window for these modules (here shown for German websites)

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2010-12-30 10:00:00
<![CDATA[Adding FavIcons]]> Every website should have its own FavIcons. If for no other reason than that it gives that extra touch to your website.


To create a FavIcon to the website, you may need to install the Photoshop plugin. On this page, Jennifer Apple, gives a good guide on how to create the Favicon.


Then, it needs to be updated to the website. That is easy with abcOnline-CMS. Just log in as the Designer, choose "Client Framework", and Upload the icon you just created. abcOnline-CMS will automatically place it on the server and add the necessary code to the HTML Head.


But as Jennifer Apple writes, it can be tricky to get Internet Explorer to display it properly. You may have to wait until IE decides to update the cache !

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2008-07-08 10:00:00
<![CDATA[Searchers prefer organic search]]>

A study by eMarketer shows that users increasingly scan the first few search results.


Respondents did not abandon the hunt altogether. Instead, nearly half of search engine users who continued their search process after not finding what they wanted changed their search terms and/or search engines after reviewing just the first page of search results. More than nine out of 10 respondents did so if they did not find what they wanted in the first three pages of search results.


What does abcOnline-CMS do to help your marketing?

  • Correct outlining according to importance by automatic correct use of headlines
  • Link and URL include search engine friendly names that increase use of correct keywords
  • Automatic generation of ALT-tags for pictures and menues
  • Inclusion of Tracking codes and evaluation of search engine results that gave visitors to your site



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