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Old 04-13-2005, 05:00 AM
Mitch (Interspire Staff) Mitch (Interspire Staff) is offline
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Default ActiveKB 2005 Released!

Hi Guys,
Just a quick post to let you know that ActiveKB 2005's just been released: http://www.interspire.com/activekb

For everyone who has made feature suggestions, bug reports, or helped us test the beta/release candidates, I want to extend a big thank you -- we really appreciate that you took the time to help make ActiveKB a better product.

If you purchased in the last 6 months then check your client area -- you can download the latest version of ActiveKB right now. Make sure you generate a license key from the client area too because ActiveKB 2005 now requires a license key!

For those who ordered over 6 months ago, keep an eye on your inbox as we'll be sending you something shortly.
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Old 04-13-2005, 09:16 PM
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Well done Interspire, the up grades look good and I look forward to updating our copy of KB.

I personally prefer the classic template but the option is a cool feature, it will be nice to see the updates with SiteCenter 2005.
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Old 04-20-2005, 03:08 AM
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Thanks for the kind words, Sanders!
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Old 05-04-2005, 03:43 PM
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No ASP and no MS SQL Server support. Very disappointing. Product now little use to me. A great shame.

This need sto be

question


All javascripts need to be atatched external.

Please dip into the seo world before saying your script is SE freindly (ok I know you say only the URLs are SEF but this is not enough).
See http://www.optimizekit.com/kb for example. I use your (old) Active kb there. Please read thru the artivle to get familiare with SEO styff. And i can know because Iam also the autor of the first Dutch book about SEO "handboek Zoekmachineoptimalisatie".
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Old 05-06-2005, 09:43 AM
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Sorry, iam dissapointed about the Search engine optimization of ActiveKB
you promised to make it SEF.
You only made the urls SEF.
There are more thing that need to be optimized. Lets start with 3 things
Is it possible to set the title of a question also as the page title?
like:

title question | category | name knowledgebase


The question name in the file is a css style:
question
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Old 05-06-2005, 09:45 AM
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mmm, my former post is crushed because I use html in it?
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Old 05-06-2005, 09:51 AM
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Lightbulb Active KB NOT search engine friendly

Sorry, iam dissapointed about the Search engine optimization of ActiveKB
you promised to make it SEF.
You only made the urls SEF.
There are more thing that need to be optimized. Lets start with 3 things:

1)Is it possible to set the title of a question also as the page title?
like:
<*html>
<*head>
<*title> title question | category | name knowledge base<*/html>

<*/html>
<*/head>


2)The question name in the file is a css style:
its know <*td class="Heading2">title question<*/td>
Should be: <*h1>title question<*/h1>

3)All javascripts need to be atatched external.

Please dip into the seo world before saying your script is SE freindly (ok I know you say only the URLs are SEF but this is not enough).
See http://www.optimizekit.com/kb for example. I use your (old) Active kb there. Please read tru the articles to get familiare with SEO styff. And i can know because Iam also the autor of the first Dutch book about SEO "handboek Zoekmachineoptimalisatie".

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