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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
Text & Media Panel fromThese panels are replacing all text & media beans. To create one follow the same basic instructions for creating a text panel, however, images for these are applied as a separate entry in the interface as well as specific Build mode settings in the panelizer interface. Go to Workbench > Create content > Text and Media Panel Enter appropriate identifying text into the Node Title field This is used to recognize the content in the panelizer view and the admin Content interface. Our standard naming convention is: ZONE Page content (e.g., IPSXE Training title) If it will be... Last updated on 10/11/2017 - 10:25
EOL Books fromThe normal process for EOLing anything is to delete it (or at the very least unpublish it), then redirect the alias to the new location. For Books, this may or may not be practical, depending on how many aliases or redirects a specific node has attached to it. If there is a small number of aliases to an EOLd Book, it can be done in the usual way; if there is a large number of aliases on a node (we’ve seen as many as 20 or 30 at times), then use the below process, to make sure the original book node becomes invisible to both our feeds as well as search engine feeds. (Per Chris, Deren, Tracy;... Last updated on 10/11/2017 - 10:25
Metadata: Other fromMetadata and other options After filling out the title and content of your page, you will find multiple other items to interact with below the WYSIWYG. For information on how to use the sections that are not part of the navigation on the left, see Additional Settings. This page will define the items in the left navigation. Last updated on 10/11/2017 - 11:28
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