Under Content > Testimonials you will see the existing Testimonials. To add a testimonial, click the Add link on top of the table.
Once in the editor, you will be able to add information pertaining to the new testimonial.
As always, when you are editing or creating a page do not forget to save often. This will prevent you from losing any work.
Status - This allows you to set the testimonials as active or inactive. By changing the status to inactive, it will not be seen by anyone. The most relevant and current testimonials should be set as active.
Person Name - Here you will enter the person’s name. Note that it does not have to be the whole name; it can be the first name, last name, both, or even an abbreviation.
Person Title - Enter Mr., Mrs., Ms., Miss, etc (this is not required)
Company Name - Enter the company associated with the person’s name. This function is to associate names with the companies they represent. Here you could also enter the city of the person giving the testimonial. This box is really to give the reader an association factor.
Testimonial - Enter the actual testimonial here.
Publish Date - Enter today’s date and time for immediate publishing.
You can upload a photo of the person, their company logo, etc. This is not required.
(Information used by search engines)
Metadata is structured data which describes the characteristics of a resource. Every website page contains meta information that describes the contents and other properties of your website.
URL - This will be created for you from your page name (short). You should not worry so much about this function.
Meta Title - A short title, up to 70 characters long, which can be viewed at the very top of your web page.
Meta Keywords - Meta keyword tags are an optional feature. The only purpose of these meta tags, since they do not even appear on the page, is to list the keywords most relevant to the webpage for better, more accurate search engine identification.
Meta Description - A description about 200 characters long that is not visible on the actual website but appears when your website shows up in a search engine.