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Access this option by expanding Site Properties/Settings in Site Administration and clicking the first option.
Use this dialog to establish global publishing and workflow standards for your site. Note that you need to configure email to use CommonSpot email options.
CommonSpot defaults to the HTML5 doctype standard for all CommonSpot pages, as shown above, with the option to enable use of the new Sectioning and Non-Sectioning tags in Containers and Schedule Elements.
Note that screen reader and other assistive technology users have reported issues parsing headers nested within HTML5 Section tags. Without Sectioning tags, outlines are interpreted in a straightforward way, using the h1-h6 tags. See Developing Accessible Content in CommonSpot. For a technical description see http://www.w3.org/html/wg/drafts/html/master/sections.html#outlines, or search for this topic from http://www.w3.org. Keep the latest HTML5 interpretation considerations in mind when designing pages for disabled visitors.
NOTE: Changing the HTML5 DocType or HTML5 Container Shims setting clears page-level cache for the entire site. Enabling or disabling HTML5 Container Elements clears cache for all CommonSpot Container and Schedule Elements in the site, preserving any existing HTML5 Container tag settings for possible future use. CommonSpot then renders all existing HTML5 tags as divs, so you don't need to find and reset them all manually.
Use HTML5 DocType - Defaults to enabled, to take advantage of the latest new features and multimedia, while remaining compatible with existing markup.
NOTE: When disabled, CommonSpot uses the custom doctype string in your servervars file, if one is defined. You must explicitly disable this setting to enable any custom doctype string in servervars. If this setting is disabled, and no custom doctype exists in servervars, doctype defaults to XHTML 1.0 Transitional.
Disabling this setting automatically disables the next two HTML5-related options.
Note that this option does not collect statistics for anonymous user access. To view visitor statistics, set up Analytics.
<meta name="robots" content="noindex, nofollow"/>
See http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2007/03/using-robots-meta-tag.html or search on this topic for more information.
You can download PDF versions of the Content Contributor's, Administrator's, and Elements Reference documents from the support section of paperthin.com (requires login).
Sites upgrading from versions earlier than release 6.0 should review the following (from the support section of paperthin.com - requires login):
For technical support:
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