Release Notes (and known bugs)
These are the different changes and updates for GGG.
|March 21, 2003||
|March 24, 2003||
March 25, 2003
|April 4, 2003||
|BETA Version 1.102000||April 8, 2003||
Version 0.200 (counter restarted)
|May 09, 2003||
|Version 0.800||June 23, 2003||
|September 18, 2003||
Version is now Webmaster Version, same features, still at $20.-
SitePromoter Version is operational, priced at $79.-:
|1.4||April 2005-||There are many changes, detailed in aprilrelease.htm
. Mainly, the Template Editor is offered also in the SP version, and its
functions can be used by a text editor on Freeware and Webmaster
versions. The updated Template Editor Help
File explains how to use it.
Also, we now incorporate hundreds of external phrases, keyword-dense, grammatically correct, made with the Phrase Generator of foundfirst.com/sy. Either with free and paid versions. This involves a change in the door.mdb database, and if you use an old database with the new .exe file, some changes will be automatically made.
We support the modern Minisites-MiniNets concept for better ranking.
|1.41||May 2005||If you will use several targets, the software
will demand as many hosts in Step 4. Random pages in every host will
point to a different target. The anchor text for all those "Links
to Target" will be the one defined in Step 1 under "Target
There is only one keyword density control for 1st, 2nd level and random pages. The option is located at 5.3.
The GGG 1000 version is released, allowing up to 1999 keywords, random
pages and page-hosting domains. This takes advantage of the new
machine-generated phrase lists produced by Synonymizer, which easily makes
many thousands of keyword-rich, meaningful
The software screens are simplified with explanatory text placed in optional buttons.
|1.6||July 2005||There are to extra distribution projects,
Demo_Syno_Short and , Demo_Syno_Long. They are prepared for use together
with Synonymizer, using automatically generated phrases as contents.
Step 2: The " Import SubKeyword" is now working.
Step 3: now runs faster, because the Content Critic feature can be disabled.
Step 5: now the "Link to Primary" component alternates links with phrases taken from the external file defined in Step 1. These phrases are not repeated. Usually this component is in 1st and 2nd level pages, but this can be modified from the Template Editor.
The "Change Version" feature is present again.
A few bugs were corrected in the data saving and page generation processes.
|1.7||August 2005||There is a check now at Step 4 to make sure
that the number of Targets in Step 1 matches the number of hosts.
GGG is better integrated with Synonymizer. The latter can write content boxes directly into the GGG database (Door.mdb). There are two methods for this: Syno Phrase Mixer Generator and Row Combination Paragraph Generator.
Template Editor now distinguishes between 5 page types: 1st level, 2nd level, Random, Id (index for secondary hosts) and sitemap. There are 4 distribution formats instead of 1. Better default template setting makes template edition much easier.
|1.71||October 31, 2005||We corrected a bug that occurs in Step
5-2, when unchecking the box: "Let user change random
file-names". The filenames come out wrong.
Also, we are correcting the templates to ensure that "Link to target" is placed in a visible place, because it turned out to be extremely important for getting good results.
Also, a typo in the .dat files creates pages with the legend "search this topic in mayor search engines". It should be "major".
-Step 3 allows to import many content boxes at once, starting from a single plain file.
-Also, Step 3 receives many content boxes at once coming from Phrase and Paragraph Generators in Synonymizer,
-Link to Mother, a new element in the Template Editor that links to a 1st level page from all its Daughter (2nd level) pages. This improves the weight of the 1st level pages within the project, in proportion to the number of daughters.
-Easier to use Template Editor: now, the elements name and code are the same, for a more intuitive use. Also, the File Open and File Save options filter the page by type, making easier to select the proper file.
-As an extra feature that simplifies Template Editor use, the templates have now a text description that shows in the screen at Step 5-4, instead of a graphic.The Template Description are has now room for indefinite templates instead of just 4.
The Template Editor has a simpler interface for loading templates. Templates are no longer treated as individual files, but as sets. A set includes: First Level page, Second Level page, Random, Index to Random Pages and Sitemap.
The images have limited keywords in the ALT tag: 2-4 instead of the whole set.
The Random File Names are now saved in the .dat file, for more consistent project generation.
A new feature in Step 5-3 makes easier to regulate the length of the content boxes.
The Edit Meta Tags feature in Step 5-3 now allows to save long metatags, instead of a single line.
Each project now has its own IN folder, to keep specific files like images, sound, style sheets and Description phrase lists. The Templates (for body page) and the Header Editor can easily call them, no matter where the destination host is placed.
The OUT folders are generated to keep the generated pages.
So far, all images were considered interchangeable. Now, there is a new feature in Template Editor, that lets define new image groups: Headers, Footers, Buttons, Bars, Lines or whatever the user needs. This will greatly improve the quality of the Templates.
GGG now includes background images and CSS files for the generated pages. The result is much nicer pages.
Integration with other products made by us: Synonymizer and Keyword Thief (this one now is more of a Metatag Thief). GGG detects installation of the 2 extra softwares, which can be called from the initial GGG screen.
Synonymizer and Keyword Thief now have a common directory to export to GGG. Synonymizer now has a feature named Synonymized Content Generator that exports content boxes directly into the GGG database.
It also makes easy to create hundreds of phrases with Phrase Generator in Synonymizer, save them as .txt, and import them in Step 1 to be used one at a time as Description Metatags and also as link separators in links to 1st level pages. 0
The integration with other softwares runs better. When the program first creates a project, it creates a specific directory for the project, and advices you to collect all the necessary elements: keywords, images, phrases and content boxes, using our other programs or your own tools. After that, the new directory can be opened and specific or standard distribution files can be used. This is explained in the initial screen.
The former Template Editor is now divided into Header Editor (former Edit Metatag) and Body Template Editor. The Body Template Editor has now an easy way to work in Pages (Primaries, Secondaries, Random, Sitemap, Index to Random) or Template Groups (Simple, Table, Default or others).
The Insert GGG Elements - Images - Image from Group is more powerful now, because we added more grouped images (bar, header, flag).
There is an Export-Import feature in the main database (door.mdb), that works with individual projects. This makes easier to exchange projects among collaborators, or between a user and our support technicians.
The Random pages are no longer random: their names are fixed, allowing Incremental Projects that preserve the indexed pages.
There is a new element in GGG Elements in the Template Editor: Insert Phrase, allowing to insert a single phrase from the phrase list defined in Step 1.
A sitemap in .xml format is now generated for each domain, according to the new Google and Yahoo demands.
Better format for content boxes.
In Step 5-2, the box about "Random Page Linking" was removed. It is now named "Link to targets" and placed in 5-3, since it applies to all pages with the Link to Target element, and not only to random pages.
In the above mentioned box, the 100% pages linking to Primary or Secondary targets was malfunctioning as 0%. Now it works properly.
Random pages are limited to 5 per host (domain or directory). This is necessary to fix the Random page URLs in incremental runs of a GGG project. In previous versions, the incremental runs did not use the previous random pages and left them orphan.
The Header Editor allows correct incorporation of Syles and Background images to the published projects. Projects can now use a Stylesheet file (.css), improving the format of pages without increase in size (kb).
The old, cumbersome and deffective system included in Step 6 -saving random page names in a file for reuse- is not available anymore.
In Template Editor at Step 5-4, some illogical GGG elements in certain page types are now grayed out.
|3.01||some templates allow inconsistent or malfunctioning GGG elements||use an official template|
|3.01||Step 6 requires saving-reloading a name file (.fnm) every time, in order to produce repeteable projects.||It will be made the default procedure in next release.|
|All||Incomplete documentation. Incomplete data on which features produce better results. This needs an ongoing experimentation lab.||Being worked on.|
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