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Where does Sitemapper install to?

When you install Sitemapper 6.0, the location for the EXE, Scheduler and PDF files can be found in these locations: Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\[account-name]\Application...

Submitting your sitemap to the search engines

Sitemapper has full support for submitting your sitemap to all the top search engines that support the sitemap  protocol . Currently this includes Google, Bing and Yandex. To submit your...

Getting Started With Sitemapper

With the release of Sitemapper 6.0, we added lots of cool and exiting new features. It's easy to get started— and create something fantastic. Here are all the resources you need to walk...

Norton Antivirus Reporting VSD As Unsafe

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Chapter 7: Responsive Navigation Menus

Responsive Navigation: relative widths and breakpoints Responsive web design is a technique used to build websites and website components (like a web form or navigation menu) that are easily...

Norton Antivirus Reporting HTML Editor As Unsafe

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Putting it all together

Now that you know how Layout Maker works, let’s put your skills to the test. Here we are going to walk you through a quick process on how to build a layout. This only covers the basics, but...

Chapter 7: Responsive Layout Maker Quick Start Guide

Layout Maker also allows you to include additional pages, giving you the ability to fully mock up an entire website. As you add pages, they will automatically appear in your Navigation element....

Chapter 8: Responsive Layout Maker Quick Start Guide

Now that your layout is ready for the public, you’ll want to explore your options for putting it on the web. You can publish to S-Drive by entering your CoffeeCup account information, export...

SEO Resources

SEO Resources Now that you have all this information about your website, we are sure you are asking yourself "What do I do now?". Sifting through pages and pages of SEO books can be...

Why Nested Tables Are Bad For SEO

Why Nested Tables Are Bad Using nested tables may seem like the easier route to take when designing a website, but they are not recommended for a number of reasons. First, they require a longer...

Improving Load Times

Speeding Up Your Website Slow loading pages not only make it difficult for visitors to access your site, some may simply leave it altogether. Google considers page load speed an important...

Chapter 1: Getting To Know Website Insight

As soon as a correct URL has been entered, and the 'Get Insight!' button pressed, WI goes out to collect an enormous amount of data. This data gather is very similar to the spidering...

Chapter 2: Understanding SEO

Search Engine Optimization, also known as SEO, comes with many definitions depending on who you ask. In general SEO points to the process of optimizing your web pages so that search engines will...

Chapter 3: Components Tab

Here you will find an overview of your page components. It provides you with information about their individual file sizes, combined file sizes (total page weight) and download speed. The...

Chapter 4: Insight Tab

Here is one of the most important overviews of the program. The Insight Tab lists and categorizes all the text and link elements of a web page. You will be given an overview of the words found in...

Chapter 5: Keywords Tab

The Keywords tab shows a list of the words that Website Insight has determined are acceptable and also those not acceptable that are used on your page. You can even find out what links might be...

Chapter 6: Search Visibility Tab

Similar to the Search Visibility tab in the Page section, this area covers your search visibility for your entire site.  Search Visibility Tab Features of the Search...

Chapter 9: Search Friendliness Tab

We’ve compiled a list of the major issues that many sites and you’ll find Search Engine statistics listed here as well. Search Friendliness Tab Features of the...

Chapter 10: Website Health Tab

On this tab, you’ll be able to view information about your website’s health (so to speak). At the top, you’ll see the Server Response Header information. This gives you...

How Domain Age Works

What is Domain Age? The domain age is determined by the date of registration until the current date. If you have a low domain age, all you can do is wait (or invent a time travel device)....

What are the Limitations of the Trial Version of Website Insight?

There are some limitations that have been placed on the Website Insight Trial. You may ask why, well the simple answer is somethings are worth paying for.  Listed below you will find the...

Browser Compatibility

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What are CSS3 Media Queries?

Media queries are a powerful ingredient of Responsive Web Design (RWD) supported by all modern browsers. A media query is a small bit of CSS code that works by asking (querying) the...

Chapter 6: Visually Adjusting CSS properties

Property Panes Menu Builder has been developed to cope with the complexities of the CSS for navigation menu design. In Menu Builder the relevant CSS properties are represented by easy to use,...

Chapter 4: Settings, What Goes On Behind the Scenes

Your form looks great! Now you can set up what happens behind the scenes. To set these options, click the Settings button in the Toolbar to open the Form Settings window. General Settings...

Chapter 5: Theme Browser

Theme Browser Switching designs is incredibly easy using the Theme Browser . Just click the Themes toolbar button, choose a design that looks like it would work for your form, and watch your...

Chapter 8: Elements

There are currently 19 elements that are available for your forms, split into three sections: Basic elements, Magical elements, and Static elements. Basic Elements These are the most typical...

Chapter 10: Form Options

You might consider this tab to be full of “Global Properties.” The options within are very similar to those found in the Property tab, but they apply to the entire form. Here’s...

Chapter 11: Frequently Asked Questions

In an older version of Web Form Builder, I needed to put code between the tags of my webpage when manually exporting. Do I still need to do this? Nope. If you still have this code in your...