Meta data for any page on OKAY CMS Okay CMS
Addon for Okay CMS allows you to set meta tags and other important to promote your site by setting SEO parameters for any page of the site
Meta data for any page on OKAY CMS
This addon for Okay CMS allows you to set meta tags and other important ones to promote your website by setting SEO parameters for any page of the website. It helps to get rid of different duplicates and scoop up as more key data by expanding the capture of the audience for all sorts of keywords. We recommend for high-quality filling to use your semantic core and according to it fill in meta data for pages. It is most often used where it is impossible to set such parameters, for example, if you have indexing of pages and navigation, as well as category pages. Fill in the settings wisely and get more tangible traffic to your site.
After installing the extension, the sub-item “Page metadata” appears in the SEO tab in the administrative panel of the site, in which the manager can set the following SEO parameters for any page of the site:
- Page title - title,
- Meta description page - meta-description,
- Meta keys separated by commas - meta-keywords,
- Determining the main title under the tag - H1,
- Description text for the catalog page.
Each editable page is identified by its unique address (URL). Thus, you can optimize any pages of the online store, including pages with brands within categories, filtering results of goods and other data that are not closed from the index. Even if you put a custom module written by hand, but do not know how to set meta data for it or they are not entered - this module "Meta data for any page on OKAY CMS" is for you.
Easy to install. Requires import to database. For multilingual sites allows you to fill in meta-data for any language. Tested on Okay CMS 2.1.1. Inside there are two versions, 2.0.1 and 2.1.3!
Archive has no instructions. All modified files are posted in the UPDATE folder, the import file into the database is located in the 1DB_changes folder. All changes for self-editing are marked with the tag /* metadata_pages */