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    Use the Web Builder Configuration page (figures 1, 2 and 3) to define the general site-wide settings for your website. While website configuration is usually completed before anything else, you can always return here to make necessary cha...
Website Name: Insert an appropriate name for your website here. This name will appear at the top of your website in the header area. (Actual location within the header is based upon which template is chosen.) Use a descriptive, yet short name for ...
Website Slogan: A slogan (sometimes called "motto" or "byline") should be inserted here. Depending on the template used, it will appear just beneath the website title in the header area. Be careful not to make this any longer than what is allowed ...
Website Logo: Do you have a logo you would like to use instead of a text title and slogan? Use the Website Logo feature to upload and display your logo. The NE1 Asset Manager will display a list of currently available graphic files for your websi...
Website Footer: It is always a good idea to include a footer with your website. This information is displayed at the bottom of all your website's pages. The footer can contain a copyright notice, site creator, contact info, a slogan, or even a lin...
Default Home Page: Your Home page is the first page that someone sees when they visit your site. Usually the Home page is the first one listed in your navigation menu, or the first page you create. However, you are not required to setup your site ...
Default Template: The NE1 Web Builder has hundreds of templates to be used for a stylish web design. However, there may be a time when the use of 2 or more templates for one website is desired. If so, the "Default Template" drop-down menu determin...
Language: The Language drop down box allows you to choose from several different languages for the webmaster administration interface. Once chosen, most buttons, drop-down boxes, and help tips will be immediately changed to the desired language....
Administrator's Email: Enter your email address into this field. This is the address that will receive administrative emails from OurChurch.Com related to your account. This will also be the default email address for all modules which contain an ...
SEO Friendly: "SEO" stands for "Search Engine Optimization" - a term that means your site is setup to take the most advantage of search engines such as Google® or Yahoo®. The SEO Friendly drop down box allows you to choose the "Link Add-on...
Date Format : This drop-down menu allows you to choose the format in which you would like the date displayed on your website. This is especially useful for our overseas members who commonly use a different format for dates than the United States. ...
Time Format : This drop-down menu allows you to choose the format in which you would like the time displayed on your website. This is especially useful for our overseas members who commonly use a different format for time than the United States. P...
Sub-menu Options: This drop-down menu allows you to choose the format in which you would like the submenus to work on your website. There are three choices which work as follows: 1. "Sub-menu heading links to a list of pages in the sub-menu": Choo...
Navigation Clues: This feature has been known as the "Bread Crumbs" feature - aptly named to describe the process of making it easier to get back to where you started. On websites with many menu items and sub-menu items, this feature is often usef...
Maximum Menu-Item Length: This feature has been added as a convenience to those who like to use a lot of different templates - or simply want to be aware of menu items that could alter or distort the template. Each NE1 template has been designed t...
Use WYSIWYG Editor: One of the great features of the NE1 Web Builder is that the webmaster can get an idea of what the site will look like while he/she is designing it. The term "WYSIWYG" is an acronym for "What You See Is What You Get" and it is ...
Meta Tags: Meta tags provide information about a given webpage, most often to help search engines categorize them correctly, but also to give instructions to visitors web browsers about a website. The meta tags are inserted into the HTML document,...
Meta Title: Choose a title for your site that includes your site name and describes its contents. Some search engines use the meta title in their listings. Visitors will also be able to see the meta title in the colored strip at the top of their...
Meta Keywords: Keywords have lost a lot of their significance over the years, but are still not to be overlooked. Place words and short phrases that best describe the content of your website. Be sure each word or phrase is separated by a comma and...
Meta Description: Unlike the keywords tag, the description tag is supported by most major search engines. The description tag provides a concise explanation of a web page's content. This allows you to give a more meaningful description for search ...
Meta Charset: The charset tag is necessary for a couple of important reasons. First, it validates your web page for search engines. Secondly, it's important because, if a web browser can't detect the character encoding used in a document, visitors...