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Erika Epley Thiele
26 posts
Sat Apr 21, 18
11:31 AM
Morning Tim and Co.
So, Steven and I are working on resolving this for my site, but thought I would let you know.
ALL metadata keywords are showing up as a big pile at the bottom of blog pages, and blog pages only. No other page shows them.
Not sure as to why as we have ours listed as a standard page layout. Is this normal?
Thanks -E
 
 
 
 
 
Tim - PicturesPro.com
9626 posts
admin
Mon Apr 23, 18
6:39 AM
I just took a look and didn't see that and can't think of any reason why that would happen. Can you post a link to a blog page doing that?
 
 
 
 
 
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Erika Epley Thiele
26 posts
Tue Apr 24, 18
8:27 AM
I found the coding for it and removed it.
These tags were causing all the Metadata tags to show up at the bottom.
I would love to have a couple searchable tags at the bottom of each blog post, but not all of my metadata.
Let me see if I can add them back in, take a pic, and then remove them again.


#blogPage .tags { padding: 4px; }
div class="tags"> ?php pageTags(); ?>
Edited Tue Apr 24, 18 8:30 AM by Erika Epley Thiele
 
 
 
 
 
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Erika Epley Thiele
26 posts
Tue Apr 24, 18
8:38 AM
I would love to share the screen shot with you, but I have now tried THREE times to upload it, and it won't save it to the message.
Yes. I'm using a JPG file. And yes it's small.
Not sure what the heck is going on.
 
 
 
 
 
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Erika Epley Thiele
26 posts
Tue Apr 24, 18
8:41 AM
This is what it looks like if I leave the coding above in the Page layout.
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Tim - PicturesPro.com
9626 posts
admin
Wed Apr 25, 18
4:53 AM
Those are all the tags added or selected when editing the page in the Metadata, Tags & Preview Text area. You could just select a few tags there then underneath the tags option is the Meta Keywords and add all your keywords there.
 
 
 
 
 
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Erika Epley Thiele
26 posts
Wed Apr 25, 18
9:26 AM
That is all of my metadata keywords. I have nothing listed in the preview text area.
I have selected the tags/keywords for every page on my site, and it's ONLY the blog pages that this happens.

Text from Meta Section = "If you use tags above, it will automatically create the meta keywords from those tags. You can alternatively just enter in keywords above."
Nothing is stated about them showing up at the bottom of the page. Could that be clearer or is this an actual bug?

Perhaps there should be a universal Keyword list for a website to enter, and then additional "tags" per page will be added to the universal list depending on what you select? Just to save some steps, time, and not have ALL keywords listed on blog pages in the future.
Edited Wed Apr 25, 18 9:32 AM by Erika Epley Thiele
 
 
 
 
 
Tim - PicturesPro.com
9626 posts
admin
Wed Apr 25, 18
9:33 AM
See the attached screenshot. TAGS are showing in your screenshot. Keywords are added to the metadata. You can select a few TAGS and add the rest of the keywords in the Keywords section.

The TAGS are displayed with the pageTags(); function.
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Tim Grissett, DIA - PicturesPro.com || My Email Address: info@picturespro.com
Erika Epley Thiele
26 posts
Wed Apr 25, 18
9:37 AM
Yes Tim. I understand ALL of that. However, it could be more efficient is all I am saying, and the tags do not show up on ANY other page...just the blog.

Again:
Perhaps there should be a universal Keyword list for a website to enter (or am I missing it some place), and then additional "tags" per page will be added to the universal list depending on what you select? Just to save some steps, time, and not have ALL keywords listed on blog pages in the future.

Also, if there could be an option to NOT have them listed on the blog pages instead of digging into the code? Not that it was hard, but still. Not everyone will want those tags listed, and not everyone is willing to dig into coding like we are.
 
 
 
 
 
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