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New! Multiple Conditional Content Element for Layout Creation

If you're familiar with our Layout & Design tool, then you know it's comprised of columns, rows, and different sets of elements that can be nested inside each other. There are also Conditional Content elements, which allow you to set IF statements that display elements based on conditions you define.

For example:

IF the site is rendering on mobile, show four posts.
IF the site is rendering on desktop, show eight posts.

We've now upgraded this feature to make it even more comprehensive:

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DNS Settings for Launch

How do I launch my site?

To launch your site, you first need to set up your own custom domain in RebelMouse. To do this, you need to point your domain to our servers.

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Account Dashboard

Here at RebelMouse, we understand that every editorial team is structured differently. Whether you operate your web property with one editor, or have a network of 1,000+ contributors, it's easy to manage your team through our platform.

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Sections Dashboard

In the Sections dashboard, you can create and manage sections for specific topics and content within your site.

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Conditional Content: How to Add Elements to Certain Devices

Want to have a specific element show up only for desktop users, and not users on tablets or mobile devices? Perhaps for a specific ad code or custom HTML setup that's only meant for one device.

We have the right tool to facilitate this sort of control over your site, and it's called the Conditional Content element.

By inserting an element you want specific control over inside of the Conditional Content element, you can create different experiences for mobile, tablet, and desktop users.

You can add the Conditional Content element to any part of your layout with the + ADD ELEMENT action in the Layout & Design tool.

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A/B Testing: How to Turn a B-Test Layout into the Primary Layout

You can turn a B test into the primary layout for any given page by clicking the Make Default button in your test settings.

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Listicle Monetization: How to Add Tracking Pixels per Item/Slide

We understand that monetizing a slideshow or listicle is a vital practice for publishers these days, so here's a comprehensive breakdown on how to implement a tracking pixel per slide with trackSlide.

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Listicle Wizard: Best Practices to Suit Your Goals

The Listicle Wizard is found and easily used in our Entry Editor. It lets you customize your listicles and offers different degrees of monetization (per item, slide, or even globally placed ads with asynchronous reload).

Below you'll find different best practices for using the Listicle Wizard based on what your goals are.

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Custom Font Options

Need to implement your own custom font on your site?

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How to Set up Footer Links + Static Pages

99.9% of sites need to comply with a few legal requirements and/or have a link to disclaimers. These are usually known as Footer Links:

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How to A/B Test Layouts

Let's get started. Go to the Layout & Design tool in the left-hand navigation menu.

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Adding Google Webmaster's Verification Meta Tag to Your Site

Adding the Google Webmaster's verification meta tag to your site is easily done with the Layout & Design tool.

Google's instructs us to do the following:

Copy the meta tag below, and paste it into your site's home page. It should go in the <head> section, before the first <body> section. To stay verified, don't remove the meta tag, even after verification succeeds.

And then they provide a meta tag like this example below:

<meta name="google-site-verification" content="fGBeZPfzbeHfcug7kdVRU0MRGBO8AasaTeK-bk_dH_M" />

You can add your code (the one above is just an example) to the <head> section of your RebelMouse site in three easy steps:

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Social UX for Media Layout: How to Monetize It

You can easily implement ads between posts in your Social UX layout.

First, go to the Layout & Design tool in the left-hand navigation menu.

In our example, we'll take a look at our Home Page's Social UX setup.

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How to Style and Add Badges to Posts

Badges have multiple uses. Some clients use them to flag their promoted content, others just like to have a cool way to categorize their content.

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Customizing Your 404 Not Found Page

For all sites, we have a default 404 Not Found page that is very simple and takes its aesthetic from what you've already set up in your site's Global Settings.

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Social UX for Media: The Perfect Layout Explained

Everything is about the feed right now because that's where your audience lives. The comfort of scrolling through articles, news, posts, and videos has taken over social media, and we're not letting that ship sail without getting on it.

Meet RebelMouse's Social UX for Media Layout

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