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Category: CMS

Add Google Tracking Javascript Codes to Your Pages

By Alana Haws
March 09, 2016 Category: Javascript, Virteom, Google, Cms

Did you know that you could add a google tracking code to a specific page? Well, ya can! This is especially useful if youre trying to track conversions of a form youve created. So say youve created a form using our CMS and after the user fills it out, they get directed to a Thank You Page that you created. Well, you probably want to track when a customer lands on that page. You can do that using our Virteom CMS in conjunction with a snippet of code youve received from Google. And this is how..... Login to the editor and navigate to the page youre interested in. This provides useful when you are interested in tracking your page using Google Analytics, etc. Click on Editor Open the Left Side Toggle Bar by clicking on it Click on Javascript Paste your Javascript Note that this will need to be encoded properly or else it will cause issues. You may want to run your code by a Virteom developer if youre unsure if it is properly written Always

How to Change Your Page Titles

By Alana Haws
March 09, 2016 Category: Titles, Names, H1, CMS, Virteom

So you really want to update the name of your page. Its the H1 on the page and it also is in your menu navigation at the top of your site. Well how the heck are you supposed to acheive that? You need to change it in two places? Well, let us show you. Its actually quite easy! Navigate to the page whos title youd like to update: As an example, this page is named - Lawn Problem Solver Click on Editor Pull out the left menu area Click on the little black/white tab thing on the left [scientific, right?!] Click Page Information Here are your titles to edit Navigation Title is the title of the navigation - this is what will show up on your menu at the top [where Learn is now, if youre on this page, for instance] Browser Title is the title of the H1 title and the Icon at the top next to the favicon. And they dont have to be the same [ see below...this customer has two different titles, fancy!] See how this looks Click SAVE underneath Page Layout It

How to Update Your Image Rotation

By Alana Haws
March 09, 2016 Category: Virteom, CMS, Image, Rotator, Rotation, Banner

You have a great image rotation on your sites homepages, its got awesome imagery, text, and even links somewhere. But some time has past and you have some new content for it. So you think to yourself, Self....what the heck do I do now? This is how you edit your rotator using the Virteom CMS! Login to the CMS by going to your site name.com/virteom Welcome to Virteom 8 - hello Click on Manager at the top Click on Modules on the left Click on Home Rotation Here is a list of all the Images that show up on your rotator Click Edit on the one youd like to change the information for. This opens the editor for that specific image Here you can edit: Label: The title of the banner image Display Order: Where in the line of images should it display? This one shows up seventh. Link to Page: Do you want this image to be clickable and go to a page? Image Itself: Upload a new image if youd like. Tile Background Color: Only some sites use this! So if yours doesnt

Category: SEO

Improving your SEO in Virteom CMS

By Olivia Justice
September 29, 2017 Category: Meta Tags, Meta Descriptions, Browser Titles, SEO

SEO in Virteom CMS Search engine optimization (SEO) is an important piece to your website. Generating traffic from organic searches to your website is a key part of your online business. The time and effort you put towards your websites SEO can mean all the difference. Thats why adding things like browser titles, meta descriptions and meta tags for every page on your site is important. Adding these behind the scenes SEO tactics, you can improve your search appearance. In Virteom CMS, we make it easy to add things like meta description, meta tags and browser titles in. Follow along with this how to learn how to add this SEO information on all the pages of your website. First things first, youll need to log-in to the back end of your website. Once you have logged in, you should see a black navigation bar at the top of your screen. Click on Navigation from the black taskbar at the top of your screen Click on the Edit icon that is next to the page name youd like to add SEO information