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  1. Just in case anyone else is interested who like me didn't know until now, it looks like [goodrelations](http://www.heppnetz.de/projects/goodrelations/) is a valuable 'add on' to the use of schema.org. I know nothing about goodrelations except that it appears to be blessed by Google, Yahoo, Microsoft (I think (pretty sure I found them via a link within the schema.org site and once I visited the goodrelations site I noticed they say they are used by Google and Yahoo)). First read suggested it's something like an extension library for ecommerce markup, but don't quote me on that I only skim-read a page. Just wanted to note it here in case it's helpful to you.
  2. Ryan's Hanna Code module is a seriously useful bit of kit, not just for blog type systems where you want to insert a gallery or something clever, but for business websites where consistent branding and messaging is paramount. Lack of consistency can do a surprising amount of damage to a brand - if the way you refer to a company is inconsistent or unusual, for instance, you can confuse the visitor or split your messaging. Likewise, important messaging statements (keyword phrases in SEO), need to be kept consistent and current. It is all a bit obvious really, but it is amazing how easy it is to get wrong. And if phrases or contact info or even the company name changes, then trying to update the site with hundreds, perhaps thousands of pages could be a nightmare. Using the Hanna Code Module creatively, but very simply, can save you a lot of heartache and keep things on track. This is probably the simplest use of the module since all you doing is using it as a text replacement rather than for entering complex code. If you have created some sort of central settings page in your page tree that is for global values like Site Name, or main background image or whatever, consider adding a bunch of simple text fields for things like: Company Phone Number Company Name Company email address CEO's name Small company logo (that would be a single image field, of course) Company slogan Then, using the Hanna Code Module, set up hanna codes to retrieve this information. For instance, create a hanna code called "company" Set it for php, save and then under code, add the following: <?php echo $pages->get("/settings/")->company_name; Here I have assumed you have a hidden page as a child of your home page called "settings" and that the field for you company name is called company_name. Now, add the Hanna Code text formatter to every field that you may need to use it in. Within those fields, [[company]] will now be replaced with the company name. If the way the company name is written changes at any point, then it will be changed in all text. While you are about it, you can retrieve the same field without the hanna code module directly into templates where required. Now the company name throughout the entire site is consistent and is controlled by one simple field on a settings page. All you need do is take a very large rock to any authors who do not use it! Branding is important, more important than pretty pictures, clever JQuery, responsiveness and even SEO. Giving the client controls so that their carefully worked out brand values are not just used, but used consistently and without errors throughout their site, should be all part of the service, and Hanna Codes give you that. And for small clients who have not quite got their heads round the idea of building a brand, it may help them think about it more carefully.
  3. Kae

    Processwire and SEO

    Hey, guys. 3 a.m and a heavy rain in Rio de Janeiro. I can't sleep on nights like these.. so i started thinking about search engines. I know PW uses pages to gather information and generate content, while other cms are bucket based and have a lot of functionality but a little bit harder to control and extract. The real question is: to search engines, is there any difference between these too types of cms? How good is PW when search engine becomes really relevant to the project?
  4. Is PW very SEO efficient or is there some module that makes this easy peasy ?
  5. Hello, Just a little contribution (in french) about how (hard) configure processwire template files to integrate Google Authorship notions in Processwire. http://blog.itanea.fr/posts/configurer-processwire-pour-utiliser-la-notion-d-authorship-de-google/ See you,
  6. Hi, Recently I have been seeing a rise in the number of single page websites, you know the ones that use <a href="#chapter4">See also Chapter 4.</a> <h2><a id="chapter4">Chapter 4</a></h2> <p>This chapter explains about...</p> and with a bit of jQuery to smooth the ride (scrolling) to that section. Some of you may even have made one or two yourselves. I like some sites that I have seen and would like to try this approach but I do have some reservations about the SEO aspects. As you know, search engines index single pages of websites and use the content as well as many other factors to rank that page according to the search string entered by the user. Single pages usually have content about a specific subject, however single page websites will have content about everything the website talks about. Have you got any thoughts about how this may affect sites that need to get ranked highly in the search engines? Or, maybe you have got evidence to show this?
  7. Hi, I've put together a small piece of code for use in the HTML HEAD tag to automate the creation of the content for a META DESCRIPTION tag. I would be interested if anyone can see a neater way to do it or solve my regex TODO. And otherwise I'm posting just in case this is helpful for anyone else. <meta name="description" content='<?php // Check if there is text in the summary field, if so output it as the author // has deliberately written a meta description. Otherwise grab the first N // (e.g. 160) characters of the body field, strip the HTML tags, replace them // with a space and then output it as a poor-mans meta description. // // TODO this regex replaces opening and closing HTML tags and so // <h2>What are hedgehogs?</h2><p>Hedgehogs are // is cleaned up like this // _What are hedgehogs?__Hedgehogs are // when the ideal would be // What are hedgehogs?_Hedgehogs are $summary = $page->get("summary"); if($summary) echo $summary; else echo preg_replace('/<[^>]*>/', ' ', substr($page->get("body"), 0, 160)); ?>' />
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