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CrewSpace class offerings

10-21-2014

The October - December 2014 CrewSpace Media Lab class schedule includes: Movies in Context o... Read more

Storytimes & Fall Programs for Young…

08-13-2014

The fall lineup of programs for young people are underway and include -  Weekly St... Read more

Nonresident cards are a bargain!

11-29-2012

For less than $6 a month you have access to everything in the Library, to its virtual collection and... Read more

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WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) Editor Documentation

Below you can find documentation for the key features of the article editor: 

Editor Button Legend

(Icons may not exactly reflect what is available in your editor version.)

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"Call to action" button

When you have a single form or other "action item," call attention to it with this style of button. Select "calltoaction" in the editor from the "Styles" drop-down.

Download the PDF form

Headings

This is heading 1

This header is for the title of the page. Do not use this size heading for any other purpose.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Integer semper egestas nunc in volutpat. Fusce adipiscing velit ac eros tempor iaculis. Phasellus venenatis mollis augue, non posuere odio placerat in. Etiam volutpat ultrices lectus. Fusce eu felis erat. Donec congue interdum elit, sed ornare magna convallis lacinia. In hac habitasse platea dictumst. Mauris volutpat consectetur accumsan.

This is heading 2 & 3

This is your primary header for titling sections of a webpage.

Vivamus rhoncus arcu sit amet est tristique convallis nec vel eros. Vestibulum euismod luctus velit quis porta. Aliquam varius placerat mauris sed vehicula. Integer porta facilisis sapien, in tempus lorem mattis molestie. Suspendisse potenti. Praesent quis diam non dolor convallis mattis eu id nulla.

This is heading 4

This is the header for smaller sections on your page.

Proin urna erat, egestas vel consectetur at, accumsan at purus. Donec est risus, facilisis dignissim placerat nec, euismod lacinia nisi. Nam ac sem sed quam sollicitudin condimentum et eu neque. Nunc enim urna, ultricies ac mollis pretium, imperdiet hendrerit massa. Sed eleifend felis sed tellus cursus lacinia. Aenean venenatis aliquet euismod. Nam quis turpis tellus, vitae malesuada neque.

Unordered lists

<ul class="gkbullet1">

  • This is the default bullet for unordered lists.
  • Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet.
  • Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet.
  • Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet.

<ul class="gkbullet2">

  • Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet.
  • Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet.
  • Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet.

Ordered lists

  1. This is the default for ordered lists.
  2. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet.
  3. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet.
  4. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet.
  5. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet.

Blocks

Use this block style to outline a quote or a leading paragraph of a page.

Use <div class="gkblock-1">content here... </div>

Use this block style to draw attention to important information.

Use <div class="gkblock-8">content here... </div>

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Rules for web writing:

  1. Cut out the fat.
  2. Break it up - short, relevant, for people who skim.
  3. Plug in the keywords.
  4. Add links.
  5. Add calls to action. Tell readers what to do next.

Good content is:

  • Clear
  • Concise
  • Consistent
  • Organized
  • Self-evident

Before & after:

  • Recycling Collection: Old vs. new

Important SEO terms: 

  • SEO: Search engine optimization, the process of increasing the number of visitors to a Web site by achieving high rank in the search results of a search engine. SEO helps to ensure that a site is accessible to a search engine.
  • Meta Data: Information about the website in the header portion of the webpage. This information is used by search engines to determine the relevance of the given page to the search request it is processing at any given time.
      • Meta Title: Well-constructed title tags contain the main keyword for the page, followed by a brief description of the page content. It will be less than 65 characters and avoid using stop words such as: a, if, the, then, and, an, to, etc.
      • Meta Description: Good description tags contain information about the page's content and persuade search engine users to visit your web site. They should be between 25 and 35 words in length.city-of-wwmeta-descriptiontourism-ww
    • Meta Keywords: Your keywords meta tag should contain between 5-10 keywords or keyword phrases that are also found most frequently in the page's content.

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