Metatag

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Components

  • User interface
  • Open Graph
  • Twitter Cards
  • Dublin Core
  • Other tags
  • Multilingual/intl
  • Context integration
  • Panels integration
  • Views integration
  • Features integration
  • Importing/migrating data
  • Integration with other module
  • Code
  • Documentation
  • Miscellaneous
  • Tests

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Licence

http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.html

permet l'ajout de balise meta

Release

Status : Published
Projects : Modules
Maintenance status : Actively maintained
Development status : Under active development
Supported Branches : 2.0., 8.x-1.
shield Stable releases for this project are covered by the security advisory policy.


Description

The Metatag module allows you to automatically provide structured metadata, aka "meta tags", about a website. In the context of search engine optimization, when people refer to meta tags they are usually referring to the meta description tag and the meta keywords tag that may help improve the rankings and display of a site in search engine results. In addition, the module provides support for meta tags (Open Graph Protocol from Facebook, Twitter Cards from Twitter) that allow control of how content appears when shared on social networks.

This project is the offical successor of the Nodewords module.

Dependencies

  • D7: CTools and Token
    • 7.x-2.x also requires PHP 7
  • D9/10: Token
    • 2.x also requires PHP 8

Features

  • Supports a large number of commonly used meta tags, including the page title, canonical URL, description, etc, and for Facebook's Open Graph, Twitter Cards and Dublin Core via included submodules (see full list).
  • Global settings to control meta tags on all pages.
  • Per entity and per entity bundle to control default meta tags for all items of a certain type, e.g. all nodes of a certain content type.
  • Ability to override meta tags on each entity object, e.g. to override meta tags on an individual node.
  • Multi-lingual support using the Entity Translation module and translation support using the Internationalization (i18n) module.
  • Full support for entity revisions and workflows based upon revision editing, including compatibility with the Revisioning and Workbench Moderation modules.
  • D7: Customize meta tags for specific paths (or other conditions) using Context and included Metatag:Context submodule.
  • D7: Customize meta tags for custom pages built using Panels and Views using included submodules.
  • D7: Individual permissions for each meta tag can be enabled (see README.txt).
  • D7: Meta tags can be optionally added to admin pages.
  • Exportable default meta tag configuration.
  • Extendable and flexible API for define new meta tags.
  • D7: Support for Devel Generate (sub-module).

Version 2 vs version 1

Metatag 2.0.x for Drupal 9+ and 7.x-2.x for Drupal 7 include a number of API changes. New features will be added to v2, only bug fixes and security fixes will be added to v1.

Version 1 EOL

The planned EOL for Metatag v1 is December 31st, 2023 January 5th 2025, the same day of Drupal 7's EOL. During 2024 the v1 branches will only receive minimal bug fix support, all active support will go into the v2 branches.

Please open bug reports for any problems identified while upgrading to v2.

Resources

Alternatives and similar modules

  • Metatags Quick - Uses the Field API to store its meta tag data. Metatag on D7 does not use the Field API for reasons of flexibility and usability. On D9 Metatag does use Field API so the Metatags Quick maintainers will hopefully be helping on Metatag's D9 port.
  • Page title - Functionality was merged into Metatag.
  • Open Graph meta tags - Functionality was merged into Metatag.
  • Refresh - Functionality was merged into Metatag.
  • EasyMeta - Very limited functionality compared to Metatag.
  • Metatag iTunes - Functionality was merged into Metatag.
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Credits

Maintained since 2012 by Damien McKenna; initial development (2010-2012) by Dave Reid.



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