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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,…

Don’t Click Here

  By Diane Austin If you want your audience to find, read, and understand your web content, you need to present it in a way that makes it easy for them. That means using the right words and putting them in the right context. People come to your website to get information or to accomplish…

Buttons vs. Text Links: The Inside Scoop

“Could I get a button on this page?” This used to be one of the most-asked questions by our web contributors. Since the button tool is available for you now to make buttons yourself, it’s time you got the inside scoop on when to use them—and when not to. When Buttons Work In the old…

Understanding Keywords

To make your web page more findable, it’s important to understand how and where to use keywords. A keyword is simply a word or phrase that describes your website, web page, or document. It’s what someone would type in a search box if they were looking for your content. You can make your page more…

How To Find And Fix Broken Links

One of the most annoying things for website visitors is clicking a link and getting an error message. This is known as a “404 error” and in an ideal world, we would never see it.   While you can’t control broken links outside your department pages, you can — and should — eliminate them on your…

How (and When!) To Use Anchors

You’ve probably noticed the button in Web Manager 2’s WYSIWYG editor that looks like a blue flag – that is the anchor tool. The anchor tool, plus the linking tool, allows you to place anchors in your pages and create links to them. Anchors are used when you want to link to a specific section…

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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