Meta tags

  • 1
  • Question
  • Updated 6 years ago
  • Answered
Hi there do i have to use HTML meta tags in the page/page properties thing? I'm just adding my keywords and descriptions for each page?

Do i use the page.page properties thing and just fill it out (example 1) or use HTML meta tags which i assume i put in a HTML widget? example 2

EXAMPLE 1



EXAMPLE 2
Photo of justin fantham

justin fantham

  • 301 Posts
  • 1 Reply Like

Posted 6 years ago

  • 1
Photo of Gop

Gop

  • 7473 Posts
  • 2115 Reply Likes
Hi Justin,

Just fill out the Title and description fields in the Page Properties.

Copy and paste the meta-http-equiv line into your header tracking code facility

Forget the keywords as they are not asked for.

You don't have to add anything to HTML widgets for this at all.
Photo of justin fantham

justin fantham

  • 301 Posts
  • 1 Reply Like
Hi Gop what do you mean "Copy and paste the meta-http-equiv line into your header tracking code facility" ?
Photo of Gop

Gop

  • 7473 Posts
  • 2115 Reply Likes
Copy that line that you have in your question and then paste it into the header tracking.

Site>Site Settings>Tracking>Site Tracking Code>Header Code
Photo of justin fantham

justin fantham

  • 301 Posts
  • 1 Reply Like
So as seen in example 2 place all that code filled out in the header code section and fill out just description on the age properties thing,,,Thankyou for your help :-)
Photo of justin fantham

justin fantham

  • 301 Posts
  • 1 Reply Like
Forget the keywords? so on the page description thing leave the keyword box empty?
Photo of Gop

Gop

  • 7473 Posts
  • 2115 Reply Likes
Yes.
Photo of justin fantham

justin fantham

  • 301 Posts
  • 1 Reply Like
So as seen in example 2 place all that code filled out in the header code section and fill out just description on the age properties thing,,,Thankyou for your help :-)
Photo of Gop

Gop

  • 7473 Posts
  • 2115 Reply Likes
Paste the meta http-equivalent line only in the header section.
<meta http-equiv="content type" content="text/html;charset=UTF-8">

The page title and description goes in the Page Properties sections.
Photo of justin fantham

justin fantham

  • 301 Posts
  • 1 Reply Like
do i paste is at is or do i need to edit it?
Photo of Gop

Gop

  • 7473 Posts
  • 2115 Reply Likes
Paste it as is.
Photo of justin fantham

justin fantham

  • 301 Posts
  • 1 Reply Like
im not sure on this as you can tell lol
Photo of Gop

Gop

  • 7473 Posts
  • 2115 Reply Likes
You wouldn't know :) It's all new at some stage Justin.

Yola haven't provided a specific slot for the meta http-equivalent but with silver you can jump around it into the header section of the site by going the route outlined.

Definition and Usage

The http-equiv attribute provides an HTTP header for the information/value of the content attribute.

The http-equiv attribute can be used to simulate an HTTP response header.

If the name attribute is set, the http-equiv attribute should not be set.

taken from w3schools.com