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Settings (Sitewizard Editor)

The Settings section of the SiteWizard system allows you to change certain aspects of the site that are out of the scope of the Web Page Editor.

Figure 7.0 A screenshot of the Settings page.

Figure 7.0 A screenshot of the Settings page.

General Settings

Company Name
This allows you to edit the Company Name that is associated with your website. If your site has a Bookmark option, then it is this text that is saved in peoples browsers.

Copyright Notice
This input box controls the copyright text that is repeated at the bottom of every page.

Default Page Title
This box controls the text that appears in the blue bar at the very top of your Internet browser window. This can be changed for each individual page using the Page Editor, but when this function isn't used, the default page title is inserted instead. A maximum of 200 characters can be used in your title.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Search Engines, such as Google, look at the title bar to see if it relates to the content that is on a specific page. With this in mind we recommend that you use keyword rich phrases. e.g. If the page is about ball bearing racers, you should give the page a title of ball bearing racers. For more information on optimising your website, please feel free to download our Search Engine Optimisation Guide.

Default Meta Tag Keywords
This box allows you to set a group of keywords of up to 500 characters for your site that are hidden in the code. Separated by commas, it's these words and phrases that people will type into Search Engines. This can be set for each individual page but when it's not done the default Meta Tag Keywords are used instead. Although not widely used by today's Search Engines, we still recommend that you use words that are repeated throughout your site and that correspond to your business sector.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

As well as making the Keywords relevant to your website content, we also recommend that you try to make them very specific. If you are a window cleaner that only works in Maidstone, rather than just adding the phrase window cleaner, try to be more precise and add window cleaner maidstone, this way you will only be found by people in the Maidstone area who need your services. For more information on optimising your website, please feel free to download our Search Engine Optimisation Guide.

Default Meta Tag Description
As well as adding Keywords to the code of your site, you can also include a description of 500 characters about your company and the services you provide. The majority of Search Engines do not use these description tags any more, but some of the smaller Search Engines do still reference them.

Submission Form Settings

TO: Email Address
By using this box you can set the email address(es) you would like website form submissions to be sent to. If you would like to send the information to more than one email address please separate them using a comma. e.g. you@yourcompany.co.uk, yourcolleague@yourcompany.co.uk.

FROM: Email Address
When an email arrives in your inbox it is always FROM someone. This option allows you to specify the FROM Email Address of emails sent to you by your website submission form. This is particularly useful when setting up your spam filters, just make sure you add the correct details to your accepted list.

FROM: Name
When an email arrives in your inbox it is always FROM someone. This option allows you to specify the FROM Name of emails sent to you by your website submission form. This is particularly useful when setting up your spam filters, just make sure you add the correct details to your accepted list.

Email Subject Line
When an email arrives in your inbox it normally has a subject line that the author of the email has added, i.e. 'Last Junes Sales Figures' or 'Please send me a quote'. By filling in this box your form submission will arrive with the subject line you enter here. You can make this text say anything you like, but we recommend something along the lines of 'A submission from my website'. This enables you to better identify form submissions to your anti-spam software or to help setup a wizard in your email account manager. This is unfortunately outside the scope of this guide and we refer you to your Email Account Manager's help files.

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Last update: 2009-06-08 11:52
Author: SiteWizard Support
Revision: 1.3

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