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5 - Additional Article Tabs

Article Training - Other tabs in the article creation screen

Last updated on 3/4/2014

In this lesson we will review the remaining Article Tabs.  Many are seldom used, but we will provide a brief description here.

Content (Lesson 1), Meta Tags (Lesson 2), Media (General Lesson 1) & Dates (Lesson 4)  have already been covered.

Quick Facts - Deprecated - Do Not Use

Map - By entering an address or latitude and longitude coordinates, the template will generate a map to appear with the article. Articles with maps could be shown on a a city or county map, for example, to show proximity of locations.  This feature is very useful for real estate or travel listings.

Options

Show Always - Ignore

Closed for Comments - Check the box to close comments,  if comments are enabled.

View Count - Shows the number of times the full article has been viewed.  A webpage may contain a list of Most Viewed articles.  You can modify this number to remove an article from the list.   

Email Count - Shows the number of times the article has been emailed, if allowed.  You can modify this number.

Article UID & Article Source - Ignore

Open In Page - Advanced - This article will typically open in the default page configured to display articles. The default is set in Web Site > Global Settings > Article Plug-in  You can override the page by selecting a different one from the drop down menu.  

 No Params - With Params - Advanced

Search Hide - If you do not want the article to be searchable through a website search, select Hide from Search Results from the dropdown menu.  Select Show in Search Results or leave blank to make it searchable.  

Search Weight - You may want a certain article to appear above others in a search.  You can assign a numerical value here and articles with higher numbers will appear first.  

Scripts - Optional - You can include up to 12 tags to add information related to, but not included in the body of the article. A template will direct how it is displayed.  Examples are: a video pertaining to the article or sub headings. You can also rename article fields as shown below.  

Submit Info - If visitors are allowed to submit articles to your website, information about the submitter can be entered here.  

Notes - A place for you to record internal notes about the article.  Information does not display.