Another idea that Asa and I came up with is to create new landing pages for major/popular topics with the new Django front end that will allow us to have better control over the content/layout and metadata, since the Deki doesn't seem to be very flexible. While I want to tackle the low-hanging fruit for 0.9.1, we can work towards a more complete SEO strategy for 0.9.2.
Target Milestone: --- → 0.9.2
Tantek's suggestion for the rout Jay and I are discussing is to start with something like this: /HTML5 /CSS3 /HTML5/canvas /HTML5/audio /HTML5/video and build crisp landing pages that will link heavily into the wiki. We can extend to more of CSS3 for gradients, transforms, animations, etc. as time permits.
I'm making this the tracking bug for our new MDN Learning section + the first set of Learn <foo> pages for HTML, CSS and JS. Added bugs to dependency tree. We'll start with getting some page designs from Chowse and then work in the copy Janet has put together. I'll file new bugs for the content we'll need for the "Learning" landing page.
Assignee: ozten.bugs → nobody
How are we doing on these? Should we start attaching mockups/wireframes to the individual learn page bugs?
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Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 8 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Component: Website → Landing pages
Product: Mozilla Developer Network → Mozilla Developer Network
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