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#1 workuseonly04

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Posted 19 August 2005 - 06:42 AM

On our company's website, every page has the same title. How can this be changed. What file do you edit to change the titles?

#2 SiteLINKTeam

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Posted 19 August 2005 - 08:29 AM

Hello,

What version of SiteLINK are you using? In the older versions of SiteLINK, my suggestion would be to create individual text files for each Department or Product and name it either with the department number, or item number. Then write some script that will include the particular text file in the <head> section depending upon which department or product page is displayed.

If you are using SiteLINK 5 then it automatically pulls a different title and meta information based on the data in MOM. It pulls the meta title from the product title, the meta description from the "Froogle" description field, and the meta keywords from the keywords field.

Sincerely,

Neal Wexler
Director of SiteLINK Sales
Dydacomp Development Corp.
800-858-3666 x260
neal@dydacomp.com
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http://www.dydacomp.com/sitelink
SiteLINK Support: 973-774-4100
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#3 workuseonly04

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Posted 23 August 2005 - 07:28 AM

Sounds simple enough.....now how do I do that? :)

#4 SiteLINKTeam

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Posted 24 August 2005 - 09:53 AM

Give SiteLINK Support a call, they'll be able to give you some code to help you with this. Tell them to see me about it, if they have any questions.

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Neal Wexler
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