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How about integrating it into main settings.

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This was something I thought about doing until Akamu mentioned the correct way: Forums/viewtopic/p=88723.html#88723

This will also allow language specific meta information.

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I would still like setting this stuff in admin-settings, since I have to rewrite it every time I update, which sucks.

Andreas Rönnqvist
www.omegaproject.se
[OmegaProject] Founder

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You could always use the patch files when upgading. Or just merge the changes from the new version with your changes by hand.

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Not fun when I have 10+ sites to upgrade every time.

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I've Made an admin meta section:
  • Setup database
  • Created layout
  • Had this running on my PHP-Nuke 7.8 Site
  • Display-Demo

I'd need some help with:
  • Adding it to the CMS/CVS includes/meta.php
  • Making it template enabled for Dragonfly
  • Making the admin/modules/meta.php more compatible/Secure with Dragonfly

I've recoded PHP-Nuke from scratch before but it took some work...
And since i've just dumped my own CMS project, i've got to start from yet again the begining.
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I have a fairly easy soloution for easy meta tags.

try this.

open theme.php
<html> <head> <? include('meta.html'); ?> </head> <body> <?php This is the origianl content of theme.php file php?> </body> </html>


Then just make a file called meta.html , put your tags in it and place it in your root directory. Then you can just edit the meta.html file anytime you want to change your tags.

I am doing it this way because no matter how many ways I tried to use meta.php, google or any other search engine or meta checking tool could not recognize my tags. This solved that quite nicely

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Great Idea!!!

...later found this to be a bad idea...and it did not work...

Sorry for the "knee-jerk"

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Last edited by johnr on Sat Jan 28, 2006 2:41 am; edited 1 time in total


What is name of this file or path?

Thanks

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@cloudstrife6982 - please don't post irrelevant cpgnuke 8.2b stuff in Dragonfly forums - it is incorrect and misleading.

This advice will screw up a number of things, if indeed you ever find where to put it in the current theme.php.

Dragonfly does not have problems with Google reading tags. However, Google may have problems with utf8 files edited in an unsuitable file editor - heck, even your browser will have problems there. Also many meta tag analyzers and primitive bots are unsuited to advanced sites such as Dragonfly, whereas the relevant search engines don't have any problem at all.

meta.php is the file to edit, plus follow the link posted by Biggles.

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