Webnodes AS has announced version 3.7 of their content management system with schema.org support. According to the article, “With this release, Webnodes is the world’s first CMS with fully integrated and dynamic Schema.org support. This means that all content classes and properties in Webnodes can be mapped to corresponding types and properties in Schema.org dynamically.”

It continues, “Webnodes uses the dynamic mapping to add small pieces of Microdata to the html of webpages. All the major search engines will immediately understand the meaning of the content, and can improve their search results in a number of ways. Tests have shown a 30% increase in organic search-engine traffic to websites using Microdata or similar technologies.”

The article adds, “Another important feature in this new version is that Webnodes CMS now fully supports load-balancing, in a number of different configurations. Load balancing makes it possible to distribute the traffic between different servers, making it possible to use Webnodes on sites with extreme traffic. In addition to supporting regular load balancing where separate instances of the CMS are running on different servers, many of the performance critical parts of Webnodes has been componentized, so you can split the performance critical components of a single instance on multiple servers as well.”

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