The Metatags plugin allows you to set
<meta name=“keywords” content=“some,key,words”>
<meta name="description" content="Some description">
meta tags in HTML <head> section according to the page content. Currently meta tags are supported in articles and staticpages.
The Metatags plugin uses glFusion's autolink feature. If you have disabled it,
please enable the feature in Configuration UI (Miscellaneous - Miscellaneous -
In an article or a staticpage, if you write [meta:key comma_separated_keywords]
as an autotag, this tag will be converted into
<meta name="keywords" content="comma_separated_keywords">.
For example, to have the following keywords shown in the header:
[meta:key glfusion,cms,content management system]
<meta name="keywords" content="glfusion,cms,content management system">.
Likewise, if you write [meta:desc description of the current page], the tag
will be converted into <meta name=“description” content=“description of the
current page”>. In both cases, autotags themselves are not visible in the
content except for the editor(s).
For example, to place a meta description in a story, use:
[meta:desc This is a description of this story]
<meta name="description" content="This is a description of this story">
Your keywords and description MUST NOT contain a right square
Once you have installed the Metatags plugin, it works well without manual
configuration. However, if you would like to change the name of autotag
(default value is 'meta') or keys translated into meta tag keys (default
values are 'key' and 'desc'), you can set up the plugin through
Configuration UI (http://yoursite/admin/configuration.php).
Autotag name: the name glFusion recognizes as an autotag (meta in theabove USAGE)
Replace: keys (the label left to an textarea) will be converted into meta tag keys (the string in an textarea). For example:
tag use => meta tag
key => keyword
desc => description
au => author
[meta:au Mark R. Evans] translates to:
<meta name="author" content="Mark R. Evans">
Default keywords (comma separated): keywords used globally when no article or staticpage is displayed, e.g., at the site's homepage
Default description: description used globally when no article or staticpage is displayed, e.g., at the site's homepage
Execute PHP: When parsing static pages for the meta auto tag, should the metatags plugin execute embedded PHP? The default, and recommended setting for this is false.
Hide Tags for authors - By default, the meta auto tag will display in the story or staticpage only for content authors. Setting this to true will hide them completely (only visible when editing).
The MetaTags Plugin uses the glFusion automated plugin installer.
Simply upload the distribtuion using the glFusion plugin installer located in
the Plugin Administration page.
The upgrade process is identical to the installation process, simply upload
the distribution from the Plugin Administration page.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software
Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later