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Additional Settings fromBelow the WYSIWYG there are more settings you should understand how to use. This page will cover the items just below the WYSIWYG section. See Metadata: Taxonomy for the Metadata section. See Metadata: Other for information on the items in the gray left-hand navigation at the bottom. Language The first item to note below the WYSIWYG is the Language drop-down. This defaults to English. However, if you are creating content in a different language, be sure to select the language here. This will give the automatic alias a localized URL using the language-location indicator, e.g.: https://... Last updated on 10/11/2017 - 10:25
WYSIWYG Styles fromBelow is the list of items available in the Styles drop-down on the menu bar. Be aware that many of the items in that drop-down are not to be used in articles, blogs, or books/documentation. Those items are not in this list as you are not permitted to use them. Also note that some items look different from one content type or theme to another. What you see in this Book content type in IDZone theme will probably look different in an article in Zero theme. The WYSIWYG doesn't always give an accurate view of what your style will look like, so be sure to save your draft and take a look at the... Last updated on 10/11/2017 - 10:25
Embedding Content fromYou can embed certain types of content, such as videos and slides. To embed content, wrap a supported URL to the video or slides with our bracketed embed tags as shown here: The video or slides will not appear in the WYSIWYG, but once you have saved your draft you will see it in the page. It's done correctly when you can actually watch the video or view the slides in your draft. For the embed to work, please make sure that the URL is plain text (grey) and not linked text (blue). Supported URLs: software.intel.com Use the link to the video on our site, https://software.intel.com/videos/... Last updated on 10/11/2017 - 10:25
Metadata: Taxonomy fromThere are tens of thousands of pieces of content on the Intel Software site, in several languages. The Taxonomy is not used for SEO or tagging for Web search engines, but as a means of categorizing content within our site. It is updated as new technologies, software products, and topics, etc. are added to our site, so this reference may not be complete. It is used for two main purposes: To provide useful "filters" when browsing content via the Content Library (original search) page. Search has recently been revamped and is Google-driven, therefore the taxonomies we set don't necessarily... Last updated on 10/11/2017 - 10:25
Authoring FAQ fromThe Intel® Developer Zone blogs and articles are read by thousands of people with an interest in software every week. This is a great place to connect with people and share knowledge. The following FAQ addresses some questions you might have. General Questions How Do I Get Lots Of Traffic From Search? More than half of the traffic to the Intel Developer Zone comes from external searches (Google, etc.). Here are some thoughts from Community Manager Josh Bancroft on ranking highly and getting visitors from search: Here’s an SEO strategy that has worked very well for me, for both personal... Last updated on 10/11/2017 - 10:25
Image Zoom fromImage zoom (or 'zoom image') appears as an image with a magnifying glass icon beneath it on the left. When we click on the image or the icon, a larger version of the image will appear in a pop-up. And when we click anywhere outside the pop-up, it will close. Note that the big pop-up image should be at least 20% larger than the image embedded in the page. You will receive a pair of properly sized images from UX for landing pages. If a stakeholder wants a zoom in an article, they will need to send either the finished pair of images, or a large, good quality image that can be reduced to create... Last updated on 10/11/2017 - 10:25
Comparison Table fromThese are used to allow the user to select multiple options for comparison. Commonly used on the 'Try-Buy' pages for software products. There are two formats, although the code is essentially the same. To create these: Make a regular table Add class="comparison tablesaw" data-mode="columntoggle" to the table tag Add data-priority="persist" to the first th tag Add data-priority="x" (where "x" is a number) to the remaining th tags; the higher the number the more likely that column will be unselected/hidden when the viewport is not wide enough When there are more than 5-6 columns that... Last updated on 10/11/2017 - 10:25
Approved Colors fromHex Name Color #76daff Light Blue #00aeef Sky Blue #0071c5 Intel Blue #003b71 Dark Blue #f0f0f0 Lightest Grey #e6e6e6 Light Grey #c3c3c3 Grey #9b9b9b Medium Grey... Last updated on 10/11/2017 - 10:25
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