Thursday, September 12, 2013
Announcing URL Adapter 1.2 - With Option to Specify a 404 Page And Many More
Paying attention to SEO on your DNN portal can mean the difference between ranking high on Google or being exiled to the search engine wastelands .
One of the easiest ways to improve your SEO is to think smarter before hitting “Add Page” on your DNN portal.
When the all-seeing Google indexes your portal and decides which sites to prioritise over others, one of the factors it takes into consideration is your URLs.
So it makes sense to keep your URL structure tidy, maintain a solid internal linking architecture and retain your link equity.
But how do you do that?
Oh well, URL Adapter is the one-stop solution for optimizing your DNN portal to achieve the highest search engine rankings possible and to increase the usability for web users.
Released in May 2013, URL Adapter opened new doors, handling all DNN portal’s SEO and usability needs in one complete package. Along the way, it's gotten better and better
And today we officially roll out a shiny new version of it, URL Adapter 1.2 and, with it, a number of exciting features that our community has asked for.
We’re excited to launch these new features and believe that with them URL Adapter is more flexible and feature-rich than ever before and has made some major strides this autumn.
- Report view that shows all HTTP errors
- Option to specify a 404 page
- Filter entries in reports by error or by category of errors
- Special tokens for result URL ([PageName] and [TabUrl])
- Rule to enforce current locale, so URLs always start with the locale
- Smooth scroll to admin console
- Ability for parameters in advanced rules to match past any separator
- Debug Logging option that generates detailed information about what happens behind the scenes
- And many more
If you haven’t tried yet, you’re missing out!
What are you waiting for? It’s free, takes just 5 minutes to set up, and lets you take your DNN portal to the next level.
Happy Thursday, everyone! And do us a favor – spread the word, would you?