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Category: Meta Descriptions

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

How To Add Meta Data To Your Page

By Alana Haws
March 30, 2016 Category: Meta Data, Meta Descriptions, Virteom CMS, Learning

This post will teach your how to use the Virteom CMS to add Meta Data to your page. Meta Data includes Meta Descriptions and Meta Keywords. One great thing about the Virteom CMS is that adding Meta Data to your page within the CMS is extremely easy and user-friendly. Some CMS require you to be a rocket scientist to figure out how to add your meta data...making you download third-party plugins and whatnot....with the Virteom CMS its all built in, right on the page - super simple for even the novice content manager! Meta Description: This is an HTML and XHTML element that describes your page to search engines. This attribute plays a significant role in SEO rankings. Learn More About Meta Descriptions! Meta Keywords: These are a specific type of meta tag that appear in the HTML code of a Web page and help tell search engines what the topic of the page is. Use 10-20 words to describe your page. Learn More About Meta Keywords! Login to the CMS and navigate to the page youd like to update Click

Category: Pages

Adding an External Link to Your Navigation

By Olivia Justice
August 17, 2018 Category: Navigation, Pages

Adding and deleting pages that exist within your website is easy with Virteom CMS - just check it out here. But what if you want a link to go out to a different website? Or to a PDF? Thats a little bit less intuitive. In this how-to article, well go over how to link to external web pages in your navigation and how to link to documents. How to link to an external website First things first, youll need to login to the back-end of your website. This is simply your domain URL with /virteom tagged on the end. (For example, ours is virteom.com)and then you enter /virteom after. To login to the back-end of our website, wed type virteom.com/virteom.) On this screen, youll enter your username and password Once youre logged in, click Site Pages (if youre on Rocketsites) or Navigation (if youre running Virteom CMS8 and under) Once youre on the Site Pages youll see your entire website structure. To add an external link to your navigation, locate the Main section and click the + next to

Using Version Control

By Mike Harries
February 05, 2013 Category: Learning, Pages

Virteom makes rolling back changes to your website incredibly easy. In the editor, simply use the sliding bar on the bottom of your screen. You will see the number of available versions that you can roll back, and can use the sliding bar to navigate through them. Virteom will store up to 50 versions of each page, creating a safety net in case you wish to change your design, or make accidental changes. The highest number is the most recent record. For example, you have five versions on a particular page. Lets say you want to reformat your page from version three, and try to branch out from the old layout. Simply navigate to this version, and begin making your changes. Once you hit save, it will be saved as record six. Q: Where do my other versions go if I do this? Wont I lose versions four and five? A: Do not worry. Your fourth and fifth versions are still saved and remain unchanged in case you wish to return to them at a later date. Q: Can I ever accidentally delete my pages version,

Adding and Deleting Pages

By Danni Bennett
December 05, 2012 Category: Learning, Pages, Navigation

As your site grows and changes over time, you may have the need to add or remove pages from it. It is also important from a search engine optimization standpoint to keep your content fresh and changing. While editing content on an existing page is good, adding new pages is better. The information below refers to adding an deleting normal web pages. To work with blog posts, see Adding and Editing Blog Posts. Adding a New Page To add a new page to your website, you must first decide where you want it to fall within the navigation. For example, if you want it to appear under the About Us menu, you need to add the page to the About Us section. The section where you want the new page to fall is called its parent. There may be times when you want to add a page that does not appear within the navigation. For example, you may be creating a stand-alone landing page. In that case, youll need to add the page to non-menu-related section. Depending on how your site is setup, you may have a section