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[2415] Latest edit on 2016-05-12 20:57:42 by BrianKoontz [typo]


Additions:
{{titletag string="My page title with important keywords"}}
Deletions:
{{titletag string="My page title with importantkeywords"}}


[2414] Edited on 2016-05-12 20:57:14 by BrianKoontz [updated]


Additions:
This is the documentation page for the titletag action.
Note: You will need to remove any existing <title>...</title> tags in
your header.php files (located under the templates/ directory).
Otherwise, you will have multiple <title> tags in your HTML output, which
is not in compliance with the HTML recommendations.
 

Renders an HTML title tag in the page output header.
{{titletag string="My page title with importantkeywords"}}
With the
stringstringmandatory-value of the string enclosed by the title tag
{{titletag}} action you can generate a custom HTML title tag that will appear in the page output header. Please note that you will have to remove any instances of <title>...</title> tags in your header.php files, as multiple <title> tags are not permissible under the HTML recommendations. Also, there is no protection against invoking {{titletag}} more than once. Position of the title tag within the head of the document is not guaranteed or predictable (but shouldn't matter).
{{titletag string="My Title"}}
<title>MyTitle</title>

Deletions:
This is the documentation page for the metatag action.
Note: This action was renamed from {{meta}} to align with a required name change to {{titletag}}. The {{meta}} tag was never officially released prior to 1.3.7. If you are currently using {{meta}}, please rename your instances to {{metatag}}.
 

Renders an HTML meta tag in the page output header.
{{metatag name="somename" content="blah blah blah"}}
With
namestringmandatory-value of the name attribute of the meta tag
contentstringmandatory-value of the content attribute of the meta tag
{{metatag}} action you can create one or more HTML meta tags that will appear in the page output header. Multiple invocations of {{metatag}} will produce multiple meta tags. Position of the meta tags within the ... tags is not guaranteed or predictable.
{{metatag name="somename" content="blah blah blah"}}
<meta name="somename" content="blah blah blah" />



[2412] Edited on 2016-05-12 20:51:05 by BrianKoontz [modified]


Additions:

Titletag Action Documentation


Deletions:

Meta Action Documentation




[2411] The oldest known version of this page was created on 2016-05-12 20:50:55 by BrianKoontz [Cloned from MetaTagActionInfo]

History of recent changes for TitleTagActionInfo

Meta Action Documentation

This is the documentation page for the metatag action.

Note: This action was renamed from {{meta}} to align with a required name change to {{titletag}}. The {{meta}} tag was never officially released prior to 1.3.7. If you are currently using {{meta}}, please rename your instances to {{metatag}}.
 


Documentation

NOTE
This feature is available since:
WikkaWiki 1.3.7


Short description
Renders an HTML meta tag in the page output header.

Usage:
{{metatag name="somename" content="blah blah blah"}}

Parameters
nametyperequired?defaultdescription
namestringmandatory-value of the name attribute of the meta tag
contentstringmandatory-value of the content attribute of the meta tag

Long description
With {{metatag}} action you can create one or more HTML meta tags that will appear in the page output header. Multiple invocations of {{metatag}} will produce multiple meta tags. Position of the meta tags within the ... tags is not guaranteed or predictable.

Examples:
{{metatag name="somename" content="blah blah blah"}}

produces the following output:

<head>
...
<meta name="somename" content="blah blah blah" />
...
</head>


Release Notes
-
since 1.3.7
Introduction

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