Editing Metatags for pages that are attached to DWT


J

John

Cannot edit the page properties for pages that are attached to a DWT
template page. It seems these are inherited from the DWT. Is there a
workaround, or should I go back to the old "Shared Borders"?
 
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M

MD Websunlimited

Hi John,

The meta tags are in a section that does not allow editing. Go to codeview and add the tags.
<!-- #BeginEditable "keywords" -->
<!-- #EndEditable -->
<!-- #BeginEditable "description" -->
<!-- #EndEditable -->
 
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S

Stefan B Rusynko

PS
Add the 2 editable regions in your .dwt, as per Mike, plus one for the page title, then let the DWT update all pages

<!-- #BeginEditable "doctitle" -->
<title>........</title>
<!-- #EndEditable -->
<!-- #BeginEditable "keywords" -->
<meta name="keywords" content=".........">
<!-- #EndEditable -->
<!-- #BeginEditable "description" -->
<meta name="description" content="...............">
<!-- #EndEditable -->


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| Hi John,
|
| The meta tags are in a section that does not allow editing. Go to codeview and add the tags.
| <!-- #BeginEditable "keywords" -->
| <!-- #EndEditable -->
| <!-- #BeginEditable "description" -->
| <!-- #EndEditable -->
| --
| Mike -- FrontPage MVP '97 - '02
| http://www.websunlimited.com
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|
|
| > Cannot edit the page properties for pages that are attached to a DWT
| > template page. It seems these are inherited from the DWT. Is there a
| > workaround, or should I go back to the old "Shared Borders"?
| >
| >
|
|
 

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