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To launch the page manager click on the Page Manager toolbar icon.
The Page Manager is the command center for all the pages in your project. A list of each page in the project will be listed along the left side. Clicking on the page name will open up it’s properties for editing.
If you want to rearrange their order, simply click the arrow to the right of the page name and drag and drop it to the location of your choice.
At the bottom of the page tree, there are icons to Add A New Page, Duplicate, or Delete the currently selected page.
The Page Name is used in the web link. For example, the web link would be https://www.example.com/page-name.html. When you create links between pages you’ll insert the page name.
Remember to never use spaces within your page names. If your page names are multi-words long, always use hyphens to separate the words, or smush them together to make one long word.
For example, if you have a Button Link or Link element that you want to the food page, the link would be formatted as the page-name.html
The Title is used to show the title of the page in the "title bar" of a web browser. The element serves the purpose of being your headline or "one line string" for a given page and is perhaps the single most important component when it comes to search engine rankings. Its contents are almost always the title that search engines use to list your website in their results pages (SERPS).
For maximum effect, the title should be no longer than 60 characters (including spaces) and have correct grammar. Be sure not to abuse this element by "stuffing" it with keywords. This increases the chance of search engines banning your web page and simultaneously decreasing the likelihood of catching the visitor's attention—neither of which are a good thing!
The Language dropdown allows you to set the language tag for the page. This is read by the search engines.
Import a graphic and set it as your Favicon using the drop down feature. Short for 'favorite icon' this is a tiny graphic that appears in the web browser tab when your site is opened.
These icons are also used by mobile phones when saving a webpage to your favorites or bookmarks.
Use the drop down menu to select a local or online source for your site's favicon.
The Description gives you the opportunity to provide a brief description of the contents of the web page. The recommended length for this tag is 128 characters (including spaces) for cross-engine compliance.
Although you may wish to extend its range to a 200 character maximum, which is permissible so long as you do not "stuff" it with keywords and the description is an accurate reflection of the contents of the web page. If the description is worded correctly it can significantly increase the quantity of traffic driven to your website.
Keywords should be words or phrases that you people use when searching for a site like yours. Each keyword for your website should be accurate enough to describe your site's content, yet general enough for potential customers to use as a search phrase in the search engines.
Keywords in total should be no longer than 250 characters (including spaces) in length, should contain no repeated words or phrases, and each word should be comma delimited.
Header & Footer
If you want pages to share the same properties, use the checkbox ‘Use Global'. This will apply the settings to all the pages.
For Keywords, Description, Head and Footer if global items are specified, A box below will pop up just in case you would like to also configure page-specific content.
The Design For.. toolbar icon allows you to activate Feature Queries.
This feature allows you to create production-ready designs with CSS Grid as the layout framework — as well as provide an alternative stylesheet for unsupported browsers! By applying fallbacks, your design will always look good everywhere.
First, build your layout first for Internet Explorer (and any other browser that may not support CSS Grid). Once the default layout and styles are in place, switch the Display For control to Grid, and then tweak the design for modern browsers.
Structured Data icon gives you the ability to insert JSON-LD Schema.org page identification tags that is used by the search engines to interpret your site and page content.
In the context of a website, Structured Data is "extra" information which enables search engines to better understand the content on a page. Describing your page content with this method offers a number of benefits. Generally speaking, this improves a site's visibility in the results for relevant searches and leads to more organic traffic.
In Site Designer, the workflow to apply this markup about your content is easy and intuitive. No ex- or import required! Simply use the drop down menu and browse the keywords to locate the one that best identifies your business, organization, or creative works.
Drill down as much as you want. Submit what cuisine your restaurant serves, label your church's sermons, post business hours, and so more. When you're done, you can click the Test with Google button to see if they recommend any additional information.