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Page title element & description meta tag

Thread began 2/01/2010 10:00 am by gw311682 | Last modified 2/01/2010 11:42 am by Jimmy Wu | 632 views | 1 replies |


Page title element & description meta tag


I want to add a different page title (using the title element) to each of my store's pages rather than using the 'static' title in the WA_Globals.php file. Similarly, I want to use a different description meta tag for each page as well.

Is this as simple as deleting the <title>Home - <?php echo($WAGLOBAL_Site_Name); ?></title> line and substituting the <title> </title> & <meta name=“description” content=“xxx” /> within the head section?

If you can advise me on this, I’ll be very grateful. Thank you for your time and trouble,


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Jimmy Wu

That sounds like it should do the trick. The title is just set using the globals file by that call, so if you change the tags, you should be able to customize it the way you want.

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