Meta Tag Assistant
It's time to give your website the search engine optimization it deserves. A very good place to start with is your website pages' meta tags.
How to Use Meta Tag Assistant
- Extract the archived files.
- Open the CSV file inside the folder named meta. You will see five rows that are labeled URL, Title, Title Suffix, Meta Description, Meta Keywords respectively. Edit the data under these rows accordingly with data that is related to your website. If your full webpage URL is http://www.example.com/meta-tag-assistant, put /meta-tag-assistant under URL column for that webpage. Don't forget the slash. Do the same for all the webpages you want listed in this CSV file. I have 10 rows of data as example data. You can have literally thousands of rows of data in that CSV.
- Inside the images folder, save the image you like to attach when people share your site's webpage through social media (that's for every webpage that you've included in your CSV from step 2).
- Open meta-tag-assistant.php using any html editor and overwrite example.gif with the filename of that image in step 3.
- Prepare to upload the Meta Tag Assistant files, with your edited files, by compressing them into a zip file.
- Upload then extract so that you see the MetaTagAssistant folder in your website's root directory.
- Open to edit the file from your website's template where the meta information codes can be found.
- Finally, replace those codes with <?php include 'MetaTagAssistant/meta-tag-assistant.php';?>. When you go to view your website pages' on a browser, you should clearly see the meta information saved in your CSV file which acts as your database. If you are seeing double, go back to your website's template file and make sure you remove any code which can display unwanted duplicate meta tag.
Why let any Content Management System write your meta information for you when you can write more SEO friendly meta tags yourself?
Write your own seo friendly metadata and let Meta Tag Assistant put it out there. With Meta Tag Assistant, you'll be updating meta information in bulk using a single CSV file. If you want that kind of minimal effort and flexibility, Meta Tag Assistant is for you.
What you get by downloading Meta Tag Assistant?
This PHP file will be the one reading all metadata you saved in a single CSV file. You don't have to edit this file to make Meta Tag Assistant work.
This is the only PHP file that you need to edit as described in step 4 from the instructions above.
Here is the license that goes with each PHP file and in effect applies to Meta Tag Assistant as a whole:
That's all! And, remember, this is another OOP PHP script which means it is highly reusable. And, as long as you keep the GPL license in the files, you should be able to use it for as many websites as you like.
Download Meta Tag Assistant now and install it according to the instructions above.