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Friday, January 11, 2013
Easy way to jump from Navigation screen to Content Editing
Junior 4 is our coolest CMS yet!

For those of you who are familiar with managing your CMS by yourself, I’m sure you’re familiar with adding new pages in the Navigation area. Now I don’t know about you, but countless times I would add a page, go into the page and start placing in content only to realize the page wasn’t exactly where I wanted it to be place.

Instead of having to go through the steps of clicking back into site content, then into edit content, you can now click through directly from the Navigation pages into the edit content area of that specific page! It cuts out having to go back and forth through the CMS!

I was extremely excited for this little feature. It’s just another way to make editing your website quick and easy!

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Monday, June 18, 2012
Easy to Create 301's
by Matthew Perosi
The Junior CMS touts many nifty features to make search engine optimization easier.

Other than getting zapped by Google's Penguin algorithm, moving from one content management system to another is the easiest way to destroy your link building efforts and Google PageRank.

But we won't stand for that! So we created a complete module that allows you to enter in all the URLs from your old website and redirect them to the URLs for your new website.

This is basically a 301 redirect file, but we store it in a database, and export it into the .htaccess file that Apache interprets.

We take care of the URL ReWriting code so you don't have to worry about it. But some of you guys out here probably want to include your own rewriting in the .htaccess file... don't worry, we've got you covered.

As part of the 301 module we also included a way to edit manual entries. Just click the "Edit .htaccess File" button and type away. You won't see the 301 redirect entries while you're adding your own code. Your changes will be added to the .htaccess file the next time you "Build Redirect File."

For more details visit the 301 Redirecting page.

AT: 06/18/2012 09:40:57 PM   0 COMMENTS   LINK TO THIS ENTRY   VIEW JUST THIS ENTRY