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TOPIC: Display news, paging, search engine friendly.

Display news, paging, search engine friendly. 3 months 1 week ago #1

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Display news, paging, search engine friendly.
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Display news, paging, search engine friendly. 3 months 1 week ago #2

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It would help if you could be more explicit, perhaps showing some examples of what you are desiring. Those are very general terms and it is easy for someone to mis-understand what you are really trying for. Have you looked at the latest demo or tried downloading a beta of the new 2.0 release (please don't us it for your production data yet, install it in a sub-directory)

The current 1.7 version of webtrees is getting only critical security and critical bug fixes, all development work is being focused on the new 2.0 version.

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Display news, paging, search engine friendly. 3 months 1 week ago #3

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Sorry, English is not good. I'm in the WTO version 2.0. There's more news on the front page. You can use the paging display because it's too big for archaeological news. Current display experience is not friendly, search engines are not friendly, if paging, search engines will include more pages.
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Display news, paging, search engine friendly. 3 months 1 week ago #4

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I think the news block is friendly to search engines.

All the old news articles are included in the page.

The "show more news" link simply makes them visible on screen.

Why do you think search engines will not like this?
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Display news, paging, search engine friendly. 3 months 1 week ago #5

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Thank you for your reply. The test found that the search engine can include the whole news content. In addition, can wt2.0 search news content? Too much news is more convenient through search.
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