JTech Communications

What’s New In My JTech

by Mira Brody - May 21, 2018
Announcements
We’ve added new features to our custom content management system, My JTech, this year. In case you missed any of it, here’s a list of our favorite new tools —

Column view control — The column view controller allows you to choose which columns of data are visible to you in a list view. Once you open the data list you wish you edit, click on the column icon in the upper righthand corner.
This will reveal the column view palette. Simply check the columns you would like to have visible, and hit “Apply.”

Custom URL keys — Creating custom URL keys is a feature that we often build into blog or profile pages. Instead of a computer generated URL like jtech.digital/blog?id=1345, you can create a readable address that is easier to type and remember, and appears in the URL field when that document is open (in the example below, the blog post will have an address of jtechcommunications.com/blog-image-title-tags). It is good to keep it short and use keywords, if possible. All characters should be lowercase and words separated only by a single dash.

Metadata character count — Metadata fields in My JTech include the meta title, description and keywords — descriptive information about your website that is typically only visible to search engines. If you feel comfortable editing this data, you can add or remove meta fields. Google suggests up to 150 characters for the meta description, which is why we added this handy character count feature, visible at the bottom of the field. If you do not feel comfortable editing your site’s metadata, feel free to contact us and we’ll be happy to help you!

Inline image editor — The inline image editor makes it easy to drag and drop images into the text of your page or blog. You can then move the image to the left, right, or have it centered in the body of the text. We’ve written a helpful support article about the Inline Image Editor for your use.
This feature is new and support for it must be built into your site. If you don’t see this tool but feel it would benefit the way you apply the images on your site, contact us and we’d be happy to help.

Link to file — The link to file, or file linking tool, allows you to reference file, such as a PDF document, in the body text of your website. Simple highlight the text you would like to be a link, click the link to file tool in the HTML editor toolbar, and drag the document into the large text area.

Conclusion
All of these tools make it easer for you to manage the content on your site. If you have any questions, we’ve published a handful of support articles as a resource for you — or, you can always contact us.

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