How does Themler manage metadata?

Samuele
12 Posts
Samuele posted this 28 March 2016

Hi, I have created a Word Press theme on Themler and for each of the pages of my Website I have assigned a template (within the same Themler project). Each of these templates have some main contents such as titles, heading, text and images that serve as an introduction to the page.

I use Yoast SEO plugin and I notice that when I go to input some keywords and/or meta-description for each of the website’s pages, the plugin does not see any of the material I insert on the page in Themler (text, heading, images, etc).

From the plugin I get a bad SEO score as it tells me things like that I do not have any written parts on my page or that keywords are not included in titles or heading, etc. Now the material, as I said, is all there on the page but it looks like that Yoast does not see any of it… I get Yoast to see stuff only if I edit the page within WordPress by adding heading or text, but the problem is that all the main titles and text (introductions to pages) I input them as I was designing in Themler.

Is this a problem with the WordPress SEO plugin or is this normal? How does Themler handle metadata? Is there anything from within Themler that I have to do to specify keywords and meta-descriptions? I understand that Themler is primarily a template designing tool, but what good is if it allows me to add text and headings if then I cannot optimized my SEO by using them?

Hi, I have created a Word Press theme on Themler and for each of the pages of my Website I have assigned a template (within the same Themler project). Each of these templates have some main contents such as titles, heading, text and images that serve as an introduction to the page. I use Yoast SEO plugin and I notice that when I go to input some keywords and/or meta-description for each of the website’s pages, the plugin does not see any of the material I insert on the page in Themler (text, heading, images, etc). From the plugin I get a bad SEO score as it tells me things like that I do not have any written parts on my page or that keywords are not included in titles or heading, etc. Now the material, as I said, is all there on the page but it looks like that Yoast does not see any of it… I get Yoast to see stuff only if I edit the page within WordPress by adding heading or text, but the problem is that all the main titles and text (introductions to pages) I input them as I was designing in Themler. Is this a problem with the WordPress SEO plugin or is this normal? How does Themler handle metadata? Is there anything from within Themler that I have to do to specify keywords and meta-descriptions? I understand that Themler is primarily a template designing tool, but what good is if it allows me to add text and headings if then I cannot optimized my SEO by using them?

Last edited 28 March 2016 by Samuele

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Support Team
Support Team posted this 30 March 2016

Hi,

You can add any meta tags to Head. Go to Home tab on Ribbon > Settings. Add tags you need to 'Additional HEAD HTML' field on right panel.

Additional-head-html.jpg

Please let us know if you have any further questions.

Thank you,
Themler Team

Hi, You can add any meta tags to Head. Go to Home tab on Ribbon > Settings. Add tags you need to 'Additional HEAD HTML' field on right panel. !Additional-head-html.jpg! Please let us know if you have any further questions. Thank you, Themler Team
Samuele
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Samuele posted this 02 April 2016

Thank you for answering,

Is there a specific reason why a SEO wordpress plugin such as Yoast does not see the written content that I created within Themler?

Thank you for answering, Is there a specific reason why a SEO wordpress plugin such as Yoast does not see the written content that I created within Themler?
Support Team
Support Team posted this 06 April 2016

Hi,

Unfortunately we do not know how this plug-in works.
Additional HEAD HTML is just an area where you can add regular html tags into the HEAD area. That's all.

Thank you,
Olivia

Hi, Unfortunately we do not know how this plug-in works. Additional HEAD HTML is just an area where you can add regular html tags into the HEAD area. That's all. Thank you, Olivia
alberto18
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alberto18 posted this 02 May 2016

which is the correct way to add keywords in that area Additional HEAD HTML an example please .

Additional-head-html.jpg

which is the correct way to add keywords in that area Additional HEAD HTML an example please .!Additional-head-html.jpg!
Support Team
Support Team posted this 05 May 2016

Hi,

Enter somthing like that:

<meta name="Keywords" content="enter, keywords, here">

Thank you,
Themler Team

Hi, Enter somthing like that: <meta name="Keywords" content="enter, keywords, here"> Thank you, Themler Team
dragana
51 Posts
dragana posted this 25 February 2017

"Unfortunately we do not know how this plug-in works."

I think that since Yoast is used very much it is strange that you have no clue how it works. It should be of a high interest that sites made with Themler has a good quality of SEO. This is the most frustrating part of Themler. I want to offer my custumers high quality SEO but I think Themler is way behind here.

"Unfortunately we do not know how this plug-in works." I think that since Yoast is used very much it is strange that you have no clue how it works. It should be of a high interest that sites made with Themler has a good quality of SEO. This is the most frustrating part of Themler. I want to offer my custumers high quality SEO but I think Themler is way behind here.
shaulhadar
409 Posts
shaulhadar posted this 25 February 2017

Hi dragna, I see all in one Seo, it works great and I get all Seo benefits....
.

Yoast is also good, what exactly are you not seeing?

Hi dragna, I see all in one Seo, it works great and I get all Seo benefits.... . Yoast is also good, what exactly are you not seeing?
Support Team
Support Team posted this 27 February 2017

Hi,

We can not guarantee the compatibility with all the third-party extensions. As far as I know, Yoast does not recognize shortcodes used in the content edited in Themler. There is nothing we can do about that.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, We can not guarantee the compatibility with all the third-party extensions. As far as I know, Yoast does not recognize shortcodes used in the content edited in Themler. There is nothing we can do about that. Sincerely, Hella
dragana
51 Posts
dragana posted this 11 June 2017

Hi,

Enter somthing like that:

&lt;meta name content&gt;

Thank you,
Themler Team

However, Google does not look for keyword anymore. Does it?

> Hi, > > Enter somthing like that: > > &lt;meta name content&gt; > > Thank you, > Themler Team > However, Google does not look for keyword anymore. Does it?
Support Team
Support Team posted this 13 June 2017

Hi,

Looks like indeed now Google is not recognizing the keywords meta tag:
https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/79812?hl=en

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, Looks like indeed now Google is not recognizing the keywords meta tag: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/79812?hl=en Sincerely, Hella
izmirart
5 Posts
izmirart posted this 3 weeks ago

Have any of you discovered another tool other than Yoast, to resolve this issue? I think I am stumped at the same thing as well.

Have any of you discovered another tool other than Yoast, to resolve this issue? I think I am stumped at the same thing as well.
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