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Copy Page Shortcut

Now when you edit a web page there is a “copy this page” shortcut which leads to the Copy Web Page workflow with the page you were editing pre-selected. You will find this within the meta tags for search engine optimisation link near the top of the page. 

We also now have a new checkbox in the Copy Web Page area which allows you to set an admin test copy. This admin test copy will not be displayed in the navigation menu, have no robots and have the default name “Original Page TestCopy v101”. 

We hope it will now be far easier for you to test out various improvements on any given page by making an admin test copy, without polluting the navigation menu or sitemap. Equally, if you decide you no longer need the test copy you can easily see which page you were using and safely delete it. 

Theimagefile’s New Responsive Website Layout

We have some very exciting news to share with you all! 

Theimagefile has just released a brand new responsive website layout which is not only more beautiful than any other layout that has come before it but has also been specifically designed to help your business grow. Below we have covered just a little bit about the responsive layout to tempt you to give it a go.  


3 Ways Blogging Can Help Your Business

Blogging for your business is a fantastic marketing tool that gives your business a voice and more online visibility. A blog is basically another marketing platform for your business, much like social media and email marketing, yet many businesses still aren’t maximising on this. Why? Because many just don’t understand how helpful blogging can be for your business. Below we have included three benefits of blogging for your business. 


3 Ways To Promote and Market Your Wedding Photography Business

The wedding photography industry has changed massively over the past 20 years, not only in terms of camera kit but also in photographic style. However, there is one way in which old-school methods still work – promotion and marketing. Most wedding photographers still get future bookings by attending wedding fairs and via word of mouth. 


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