Referral spam (also referer [sic] spam, log spam, or referrer bombing) is an attempt to insert a spammer's web address into a site's analytics report.
The oft-requested item-level reordering is now included in list tools. Galleries, News, and Store tools now allow drag-and-drop reordering of items. Practical applications include sorting a staff directory, structuring locations on a map, or ordering entrees in a menu. Read about additional new features after the break!
Today we are announcing the official release of the Sitemason 6 Store and integration with FoxyCart v1.1. The new Store brings with it a slew of new features. Namely, the SM6 interface you already love for managing products, but also support for recurring payments (subscriptions), and better order management. Continue reading to learn how to get started with the Sitemason Store.
Radically Overhauled CMS for Creative Agencies to be Unveiled at the Belcourt on August 19
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Aug. 14, 2013) -- Sitemason, Inc., a pioneer in Nashville’s technology scene and founding member of the Nashville Technology Council, announced the release of a substantially enhanced version of its content management system (CMS) and plans to unveil it at the Belcourt Theatre on Aug. 19, 2013.
Authorship is Google's effort to connect content authors to their other contributions on the web in Google search results. SEOs are strongly pushing authorship as a way to heighten brand value and declare content ownership.
Most importantly, Authorship increases rankings by generating trust between content producers and search engines. The following tutorial provides an easy to follow step-by-setup guide for adding Authorship to your own site. Read on to get your website primed for Authorship.
For those interested in checking out Sitemason here's a brief introduction highlighting a few of the many CMS features.
Today, we are honored to introduce Sitemason 6 to the world. It's been a long 15 months since we announced our rededication to the core Sitemason product last year. It's been an extremely exciting and rewarding journey, and we are elated to share the fruits of our labor with you. Read on to learn about our adventure.
Continuing our interface teaser, today we wanted to show off how Actions will work in the new interface. Sitemason defines Actions as any change that modifies the list. Here's a brief video showing off Adding a Page, Reordering the list, editing a Page, Duplicating a Page, and finally deleting that duplicate. Enjoy!
Signal Hill's illustrious Kevin Kennedy (of Sitemason 6 interface design fame) was kind enough to write up a post on his thoughts and experiences working with Sitemason. It's a fantastic read! Check it out here or on Signal Hill's blog.
Although only a shadow of its future self, today we wanted to tease the new interface and show off our progress of SM6 up to this point. There's still a long way to go, but our baby is taking shape. I mean, dang, just look at that responsiveness!