Google stated that when it publishes content material on its websites, just like the developer paperwork (or perhaps even weblog), it requires a code push for it to deploy on the positioning. That doesn’t shock me in any respect that Google doesn’t use a CMS platform for this half.
This got here up within the final Search Off The Record podcast the place John Mueller so elegantly segwayed into the subject that Lizzi Harvey, a Technical Author at Google on the Search Relations workforce, was on the podcast for to debate.
She defined that the method is that somebody usually writes a draft in a Google Doc. Then that Google Doc is transformed manually to HTML. That HTML web page is submitted to the workforce that manages the web page for code assessment. However she stated for the websites she maintains it’s extra streamlined, she stated “So, all you do is undergo the code base after which it pushes it like inside a second. So, you simply click on a button Submit after which it is dwell.”
This a part of the dialog begins on the 18:04 mark into the podcast:
Do you know that these weblog posts are all written in HTML? I don’t use a WYSIWYG editor of any type? However this can be a crude and previous CMS, so not actual code pushes are wanted for me to publish content material right here.
Discussion board dialogue at Twitter.