Giving more attention to the important keywords and/or description on some of your nodes allows you to get better search engine positioning (given that you really only provide the keywords which exist in the node body itself, and do not try to lie).
- The current supported meta tags are ABSTRACT, COPYRIGHT, DESCRIPTION, GEOURL, KEYWORDS and ROBOTS.
- You can define a global set of KEYWORDS that will appear on each page of your site. Node specific keywords are added before these global keywords.
- You can tell "nodewords" to add all terms of some specified vocabularies to the KEYWORDS meta tag.
- You can define a global COPYRIGHT tag. You can optionally override this copyright on one or more node pages.
- You can define a global GEOURL tag. You can optionally override this GeoURL on one or more node pages.
- You can optionally insert the teaser as a DESCRIPTION tag, if you leave the DESCRIPTION tag empty.
- You can specify a default ROBOTS tag to use for all pages. You can override this on each page.
- On taxonomy pages, the term description is used as the DESCRIPTION tag. The term itself is added to the list of KEYWORDS. You can override the description to use if you wish.
- You can seperately specify the meta tags to show on the front page of your site. See also configuration below.
- The module added support for META tags for views pages (views module).
- Similar support for panels pages (panels module).
- You can select which of these tags you want to output on each page. You can also remove the edit box for these tags from the node edit page if you don't like using it.
- All text of the DESCRIPTION and KEYWORDS meta tags are added to the search system so they are searable too.
- Backup your database.
- Copy the complete 'nodewords/' directory into the 'modules/' directory of your Drupal site.
- Enable the "Meta tags" module from the module administration page (Administer >> Site configuration >> Modules).
- The needed tables will be automatically created. If this fails, you will need to create the tables manually.
- Configure the module.
· Drupal 4.7.x/5.x/6.x