Overall Do's and
Don'ts for Editing Web Pages
let the WebFrame work for you by selecting the best Page Type
that fits your needs for each of your web pages.
use Page Types that automatically create links for you: Bulleted
Link Uploads, FAQ,
Link Uploads, Press
use consistent font style and size throughout your Word Docs to keep a
professional look to your site. We recommend Arial or Verdana, size 10.
use a Word doc to create introductory text or instructions, as appropriate, for
page types other than the Word doc page type. Many of our page types allow you to use a Word doc in conjunction with
the page type chosen, which is indicated by the Word doc upload toolbar. The
Word doc is uploaded above the main content area. For example, you could choose
a Photo Gallery page type, then upload a Word doc above it giving an
introductory paragraph to the photos shown below.
check your web page titles in the browser title bar to make sure they say
what you want. You can control this
text by using the Word Document File
> Properties > Title (Word 97-2003 or older) OR File > Prepare > Properties (Word
2007 or newer) input box within the Word Document. Use keywords in your titles to help your site get listed with the
search engines. If Title box is blank
in your word document, then the default meta title will display. The following illustration shows the browser
title in the blue box:
Learn more about
Search Engine Optimization
use the Preview mode in the control
panel to view your page and test hyperlinks before publishing.
NOT use Word to create forms - use the Contact
Us page type supplied with your WebFrame.
NOT place links within your Word Doc unless it is absolutely necessary.
They are high maintenance and often times the target of the link is moved or
deleted leaving the visitor to your site with a link that does not work.
additional Helps for Formatting Word Docs for the Web.