- Author: Kevin Taniguchi
Don't forget to add helpful blog tags to your blog posts! Blog tags are a useful way to group related posts and quickly tell reader what a post is about. Blog tags are also useful for filtering and searching through your blog. To add a tag to you blog, type in your tag to the “Add Tags” box above the Save and Review button at the bottom of the page.
On Site Builder you can filter blog posts by tags to better direct which blogs show up. To do this select your blog asset and click “Edit Blog”. On the Page Asset Editor page find “Filter Posts By Tag(s)” and add your tags. Be sure to check for spelling errors!
- Author: Bryon J. Noel
Let's begin with "What is Cache???" Cache is pronounced [kash] or "cash". The general definition of cache is (from Dictionary.com):
1.a hiding place, esp. one in the ground, for ammunition, food, treasures, etc.: She hid her jewelry in a little cache in the cellar.
Ok, great! But what does this mean in terms of our computers? Let me start by saying that computers don't have basements, ammunition, food, treasures, and computers don't wear jewelery (well most computers don't wear jewelery, but they may cost more than jewelery). And Cache does NOT effect your bank account or wallet!
Caching is used to make things work faster....
- Author: Dave Krause
The web team has gone dark the past three weeks, both physically and emotionally. We've been busy re-writing the entire Site Builder help site. Now, after applying flowery prose to more than 100 pages, after amassing enough screen shots to build a PowerPoint of Mass Destruction, we are pleased to announce that the Site Builder Help pages are complete!
Not only do we explain how things work, often to an acceptable degree, we also put together a list of best practices and attempted to defined how things can be used rather than just how they work. Were we successful? We invite you to be the judges.