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Search Engine Optimization
Page properties can be used to control aspects of a page, such as supplying meta tag content, disabling content regions, selecting keywords, and much more. Search engine optimization settings include two settings for analyzing and refining search results. The first enables you to verify ownership of your website and the second, canonical link filtering, allows for consolidation of related URLs so popularity rankings for a given page can be calculated accurately.
Also, access the Editing Page Properties Help Video.
How to set Page Properties
- Editing page properties can be accessed two ways, click the Edit Properties icon or click the Props icon on Page Actions toolbar
- Page Title will be placed in the breadcrumbs. Use title case.
- Description will be displayed to users in search engine results. Enter a keyword heavy sentence:
- I am Learning OmniUpdate (OU).
- Enter keywords with a comma seperating terms: omniupdate, omni update, ou, cms, how to use omniupdate.
- Keyword hints: You can use the free Google Keyword Tool to select the most effective terms. Be sure to include all forms of your name or the entities name (Dr. Doe, Jane Doe, Dr. Jane Doe, Jane B. Doe, Dr. Jane B. Doe, Univeristy Program Council, UPC, UND, UND UPC).
- Main images are optional. Send images you want added to the main image gallery to Tera Buckley. Images are sized between 335, 385, and 440 pixels high and 1034 pixels wide. Keep in mind that about 150 px will be hidden behind the black banner. (Select scale-up-440-1.)
- Image descriptions are needed for screen readers: Students in UND's SCALE-UP classroom.
- File name appears in the URL. No caps, periods or spaces are allowed - only hyphens. Note: Each folder needs to have an index page. The index page is the main page/home page.
- Click Create.
* Page properties can be modified after the page is created by selecting the props button next to edit.