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Simple Steps to Improve Your Web Content

By Joanna McGlothlin Hello, my name is Joanna. I joined the Web Content Team a few months ago. Here are a few things I’ve learned about how we do websites at Liberty that can help you improve the content on any site. You’ve come up with the content for your site. It’s warm and inviting,…

Using PDFs Appropriately

Today I ran across a short article (Avoid PDF for On-Screen Reading) about PDFs and using them on the web which I thought would be good to share with my web site contributor friends. But if you absolutely don’t have the time, here’s a pithy quote from it that captures the essence: “No matter how tempting…

Improve Your File Names And Reap Rewards

Why should you care about how you name JPGs, PDFs, and other files used on your web pages? Because doing it the right way helps avoid problems and can actually improve the value of your web pages. Well-Named Files… Improve search results Make identifying files easier Keep urls neat, tidy, and easy to read Proper file naming involves…

Search Optimization: Delete Old Documents!

Have you ever done a search on liberty.edu and wondered why what you’re looking for doesn’t show up?   While there are multiple reasons this may happen, we’re going to focus first on one variable that is within our control and easy to fix: out-of-date content.   Did you know that any document (Word, Excel,…

Linking To Frequently-Referenced Documents

As you develop your webpages, you may find that it would be helpful to your users to provide a document that is generated by a different department. This happens frequently with documents such as Degree Completion Sheets and the Academic Calendar. However, if each department saves their own copy of the document generated by a different department,…

Links: Open In A New Window Or Not?

When creating links in your webpages in Web Manager, by default the new page is set to open in the same window. When the user visits your page and clicks on a link, the view changes from the original page to the new view of the web page the link opened. If the user wishes to return to…

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