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SEO & Markup

1. Static Pages

In the site editor "Pages" tab, you can manage your SEO & Markup. This information is used for Sharing and to aide Search Engines in navigating your site to display accurate information.

Static Page SEO Settings
Static Page Open Graph Preview and settings.
For sites with indexed site search, you can also change your site's internal SEO.

2. Dynamic SEO & Markup

Collections use dynamic data to automatically create your SEO & Markup using the data available in each item. We will set this up for you, but it's a good concept to know about. The "Event Pages" collection below is a dynamic list. Updating the SEO rules on any individual page will carry over to every page in that collection.

Dynamic Events List
Form with available data for SEO usage

Use data from the collection or connected collections (ie dynamic tags) to create dynamic/reusable SEO structures.

Combination of static text and dynamic data to create an SEO title

Combine static text and dynamic data to create SEO & Markup. The static text doesn't change, but the dynamic data will reflect the information provided by each item.

Dropdown menu with options for dynamic open graph share image options.
Dynamic open graph images.

Open graph / share images are dynamically generated based on available content. In this case we have chosen the event item's "Main Image" as the share image. When you share your event it will automatically include the correct information. We have also chosen to use the "Same content from the SEO & Markup" for the open graph / sharing content.

3. Advanced Settings

More advanced settings include site search settings and RSS2.0 Feed Settings

Site search options

Site search is similar to a regular search engine except it only applies to the content on your site. This is useful for sites with a lot of content, events, and pages. You can exclude pages from search results to narrow down what people will see. Example - you may want to only return search results for "FAQ's" if that is what is most important for your visitors.

RSS 2.0 Settings

RSS 2.0 Feeds are used for things like email campaigns and automatic posting to platforms that accept RSS Feeds such as Linkedin. Example, when a new event is published to your site, the RSS feed could be used to trigger a mailchimp template to send and also post to your linkedin page.

Site editing only available from a desktop computer. Your site will be fully responsive, but must be edited on desktop.