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New SEO CMS Website Launched

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Virgin Valley Precious Opals and Jewelry

The Virgin Valley opal fields of northern Nevada produce a wide variety of precious black, crystal, white, fire, and lemon opal. The black fire opal is the official gemstone of Nevada. Most of the precious opal is partial wood replacement.

Precious opal shows a variable interplay of internal colors, and though it is a mineraloid, it has an internal structure. At microscopic scales, precious opal is composed of silica spheres some 150 to 300 nm in diameter in a hexagonal or cubic close-packed lattice. It was shown that these ordered silica spheres produce the internal colors by causing the interference and diffraction of light passing through the micro-structure of the opal.

The regularity of the sizes and the packing of these spheres determines the quality of precious opal...

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Publish your website content so it’s findable via search

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SEO Search Engine Optimization Website Design

Search results listings are different than the content pages themselves. They’re also different than the links to the pages, which are often selected and created in context by content managers.

Search results usually include the page title, a short snippet of text (from the meta description tag, the first few lines of the page, or an automatically generated snippet), and a URL. Focus on these elements to ensure the page is found and that users can understand why a result is relevant to their query. Focus on the pages’ content and structure to ensure it is ranked appropriately by the relevance algorithm.

Determine what website content you want to include in your site’s search

Website content to search most often includes public-facing web content...

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Website Content Management Links

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SEO Search Engine Optimization Website Design

In some cases the links on a CMS website content management make a big mess out of the hierarchical structure of information on the website. It can be fixed, but there are a lot of CMS users who don’t care about SEO and just use the defaults — which are usually not the very best for SEO.

There are some themes and plugins for every CMS that will be very well suited for a great search-engine friendly website, usually the free themes are not it. (but there are exceptions).

The important thing, is to analyze your website, and use your brain to apply best-practices — and then check if it worked in practice or didn’t.

Personal example:

I have a WordPress website content management blog used as an e-commerce website where most pages are landing pages for a particular product.

When a user gets to ...

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Search Engine Optimization SEO and Website Content Management

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SEO Search Engine RankingSearch engine optimization (SEO) is the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a search engine’s “natural” or un-paid (“organic”) search results. In general, the earlier (or higher ranked on the search results page), and more frequently a site appears in the search results list, the more visitors it will receive from the search engine’s users. SEO may target different kinds of search, including image search, local search, video search, academic search,[1] news search and industry-specific vertical search engines.

In order to get the best of both worlds — the convenience and management advantages of a CMS and the site promotion advantages of SEO — you need a search engine optimizing CMS...

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What is Website CMS?

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website cms content management softwareAbbreviated as CMS, a content management system, also called a Web management system is cloud  software or a group or suite of applications and tools that enable an organization to seamlessly create, edit, review and publish electronic text. Many content management systems offer a Web-based GUI(graphical user interface), enabling publishers to access the Website CMS in the cloud using only a Web browser. Also, a CMS designed for Web publishing will provide options and features to index and search documents and also specify keywords and other metadata for search engine crawlers.

A web content management system (website CMS) is a bundled or stand-alone software cloud application to create, manage, store and deploy content on Web pages...

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Can I show different users different content?

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Website Design

Within limits. The CMS Content Management User Manager currently only supports a few levels (“groups”) of users. You can show different content to different groups, but you cannot show each individual user a unique set of content. Put another way, every user in the group will see the same content as the other users in the group. If you really need this functionality, there are some third party components which add additional flexibility.

The step by step instructions are for a CMS site with the following requirements:

  • by default, material is only accessible to logged in users
  • some material should be accessible to people who are not logged into the site
  • restricted content must not be available to regular members or anonymous users (including through search)
  • regular users must not be made a...
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What is static web content?

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static web

Static Web Content is simply a content item which is not part of a Section or a Category. Static Web Content cannot be added to a Blog, a Section or a Category. Static Web Content is, in other words, an independent, stand alone page. Static Content pages can be created, edited and deleted in the Static Content Manager. In the sample content you have installed with CMS, the Main Menu choice “The Mambo License” shows an example of a Static Content page.

Web content is dominated by the “page” concept, its beginnings in an academic settings, and in a setting dominated by type-written pages, the idea of the web was to link directly from one academic paper to another academic paper...

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