META TAGS & TEMPLATES

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I Looked Over My RLMP MORE Than Once, And I'm Still NOT Sure Where To Go In The Software To ADD META TAG Info?

Also, If I ADD The TEMPLATES To My RLMP, Is That Going To INSTALL In My RLMP Directory? Do The TEMPLATES Make RLMP 1 2 3 EASY? :)
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Responsive Layout Maker solves one of the biggest challenges in responsive design, having a flexible core which can adapt based on the viewer’s screen size. In a nutshell, Responsive Layout Maker creates a responsive prototype website (called a layout). You build the structure of your website in Responsive Layout Maker and then export to any code editor to add your final content. That is where you add your meta data.

While this task may sound overwhelming at first, we highly recommend taking the time now to understand the power of Responsive Layout Maker. Getting a good grasp of the basics now will allow you to hit the ground running when our Responsive Site Designer program is released (Responsive Site Designer will be able to import RLM layouts). Once you understand the basics of how RLM functions, we are confident you will be a pro in no time.

If you have not done so yet, we also have a bunch of articles on RLM to help you get more familiar with how the software works. Our Quick Start Guide is very helpful when getting started with Responsive Layout Maker. We recommend taking a look at it as it explains many different parts of RLM.


Also, If I ADD The TEMPLATES To My RLMP, Is That Going To INSTALL In My RLMP Directory? Do The TEMPLATES Make RLMP 1 2 3 EASY? :)

We do not have templates for RLM. We have layouts. You also don't install layouts, you just open them. These layouts can be store in any location you like. Easy as 1-2-3. ;)
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The EXTRA Software Called (Layout Maker Template Pack), and In A Email About It, It Says "Own these flexible and responsive powers today for only $99 plus add a bag of 14 templates full of responsive action for just $19:"
So, The Word TEMPLATE/S Actually Means LAYOUT/S, CORRECT?! :)
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Ambassador Andrew wrote:
I Looked Over My RLMP MORE Than Once, And I'm Still NOT Sure Where To Go In The Software To ADD META TAG Info?

Responsive Layout Maker Pro > save & export your project > in exported folder you will have HTML documents. edit with your code editor and add your meta tag to <head> of your html documents.

Other two options

Option 1- If you have CoffeeCup HTML Editor v14 ( Not sure about HTML Editor v12.9) > Tools > Meta Data Generator ; Build your Meta Data.> copy to clipboard and add it to any page you wish to.

Option 2 : Responsive Layout Maker Pro > Layouts Menu > Manage Project > Add your <head> content. Be aware you still need to modify your <head> content of HTML document after you export as you will have double meta tag line.

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Option 3:
CoffeeCup's Website Insight program has a built in META Tag Generator that is pretty slick too! Use that feature, copy the code and put it into your pages. :)
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I Have A TINY Bit Of Editing. When I CLICK On EXPORT, It Says "This product has been changed. Please save your project before exporting/publishing." Then I CLICK On SAVE. " Project Successfully Exported! Your project has been successfully exported and is ready to be used...

When I PREVIEW In IE 10, It's ALL There. But When UPLOADING On SERVER. The TEST Index File, Is MISSING The TEXT, IMAGES, BUTTONS, ETC.

What Could I Be Doing WRONG? :cool:
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Are you also uploading the img, js and css folders? And have you set the path correctly to the files in those folders?

It would be useful if you would provide a link to your site, so that we can take a look at it.
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It UPLOADS ALL Folders EXCEPT For (img). I ADDED That Folder In cPanel. And I COPIED/PASTED From IE PREVIEW. BEFORE Doing That, BLANK PAGE Would Show.

I NOTICED SVG Format For Images. Do I Need To Start ONLY USING VECTOR GRAPHICS For This?

Here's A TEST PAGE With Some VECTOR GRAPHICS:

http://integritywebsites.com/COFFEE-CUP-TEST/1/ :D
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Ambassador Andrew wrote:
It UPLOADS ALL Folders EXCEPT For (img). I ADDED That Folder In cPanel. And I COPIED/PASTED From IE PREVIEW. BEFORE Doing That, BLANK PAGE Would Show.

I NOTICED SVG Format For Images. Do I Need To Start ONLY USING VECTOR GRAPHICS For This?

Here's A TEST PAGE With Some VECTOR GRAPHICS:

http://integritywebsites.com/COFFEE-CUP-TEST/1/ :D

If you publish your project to S-Drive, does that image appear?
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