in Site View.I know this of absolutely no value, but I could have swore that I saw that last night when I was playing with some pages, but can't seem to find that now ...
In the Beginning..... early version of Fusion had a place in Site Settings where a site wide setting for adding a Meta Description and keywords existed. If you wanted page specific meta tags, you had to add them in the Layout properties HTML between the head tags.I never had used the tabs in site view.
Beginning in Fusion 7, I had gone to layout properties, HTML and added all the meta tags there.
I just carried this through to NOF 9.
This is the first time I am doing a major re-design of the site in 11, so did not see what was happening.
This is what is showing in code view:
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
<TITLE> Title of Page will be generated by NetObjects Fusion. </TITLE>
<title>My page title</title>
<meta name="description" content="My description">
<meta name="keywords" content="keyword 1, keyword 2 keyword 3l">
<meta name="subject" content="product">
<META CONTENT="NetObjects Fusion 11 for Windows" NAME="Generator">
<META CONTENT="NetObjects Fusion MX for Windows" NAME="Generator">
<!-- NetObjects Fusion Generated HEAD HTML-->
<BODY NetObjects Fusion Generated BODY Parameters
Everything between </TITLE> and </HEAD> is the code I would copy and paste into each page using properties, HTML.
I think at the very least I need to remove my title tag.
Or do you think I should redo all my meta tags (64 pages worth)?
With the robots tag, all you need is the index, follow... not the All. But since the default is index, follow... you don't need that either.Yesterday I started deleting the manually inserted codes and re-adding them in site view on the pages I just created over the last month.
I used the HTML button in layout properties to delete them (since this is where I added them way back when) and that seems to work okay.
None of them seem to show gray in code view, so I guess this is a good thing.
One question. Some of my meta tags have multiple entries such as robots:
<meta name="robots" content="all">
<meta name ="robots" content ="index, follow">.
In site view, do I just add the content portion above as separate lines or separate them with commas, as you would do with keywords?
I also have meta tags that are not listed in site view, such as search keys.
How do I handle that?
For example?But if I want to add multiple content for meta tags that I normally would use separate lines for, can I do that in the site view boxes?
Thanks for your help.
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