Editing An Existing Page

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Editing An Existing Page
« on: 04-20-2010, 19:47:59 »
I have a few pages with images to "enlarge" so the viewer gets a more detailed view. The pages rank well in SEs so I don't want to step on the SERPs.

Two methods I am considering to enlarge the images:

Method 1. Put a div on the page with display:none and use a javascript link to call a function that sets display:inline.
Method 2. Use a javascript link to call a function that opens a new window.

Method 1 adds a javascript link, javascript code and new div "content" to the page.
Method 2 adds a javascript link and javascript code.

From an SEO standpoint, which method would you prefer?

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Re: Editing An Existing Page
« Reply #1 on: 04-20-2010, 19:48:49 »
The display:none CSS rule is something that always gets the alarm bells going in my head (and probably the search engines). With so many "black hat" techniques around such as hidden content, the display:none command could imply that you are hiding textual content from visitors/online displaying to the search engines. So basically, avoid using this.

Why not use Lightbox? It's quick and easy to install, plus you get the added benefit of having alt text, title tags and also extended descriptions for people who enlarge the images. For people with javascript disabled, the images will just open in a new window instead. It's as perfect as you'll find.

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Re: Editing An Existing Page
« Reply #2 on: 06-23-2011, 07:44:04 »
I think this very good method

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Re: Editing An Existing Page
« Reply #3 on: 06-23-2011, 23:30:00 »
Try the 1st method 1 and method 2 :D

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Re: Editing An Existing Page
« Reply #4 on: 09-23-2015, 04:33:49 »
Steps of  Editing_an_existing_page-Go to a page in the space, and click Edit at the top to view the page in 'Edit' mode.
• This is only displayed if you have permission to edit the page. This will bring up the edit screen in either the Wiki Markup or the Rich Text mode, whichever is your current default.    
• Make changes to the content or add new content as you would when you create a new page. Click the tabs to switch between 'Rich Text' and 'Wiki Markup' edit modes. You can also use a combination of the two editors. Confluence retains changes made in one mode when you switch to the other.    
•Click 'Preview' to view your changes. Click 'Save'.    

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Re: Editing An Existing Page
« Reply #5 on: 11-29-2015, 23:42:38 »
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