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Configure the meta tags below.

Use tokens to avoid redundant meta data and search engine penalization. For example, a 'keyword' value of "example" will be shown on all content using this configuration, whereas using the [node:field_keywords] automatically inserts the "keywords" values from the current entity (node, term, etc).

Browse available tokens.
These Open Graph meta tags are for describing products.

The Facebook Sharing Debugger lets you preview how your content will look when it's shared to Facebook and debug any issues with your Open Graph tags.
The price amount of the product.
The price currency of the product.
Basic tags
Simple meta tags.
The text to display in the title bar of a visitor's web browser when they view this page. This meta tag may also be used as the title of the page when a visitor bookmarks or favorites this page, or as the page title in a search engine result. It is common to append '[site:name]' to the end of this, so the site's name is automatically added. It is recommended that the title is no greater than 55 - 65 characters long, including spaces.
A brief and concise summary of the page's content that is a maximum of 160 characters in length. The description meta tag may be used by search engines to display a snippet about the page in search results.
A brief and concise summary of the page's content, preferably 150 characters or less. Where as the description meta tag may be used by search engines to display a snippet about the page in search results, the abstract tag may be used to archive a summary about the page. This meta tag is no longer supported by major search engines.
A comma-separated list of keywords about the page. This meta tag is no longer supported by most search engines.
Avancé
Meta tags that might not be needed by many sites.
A location's formal name.
Geo-spatial information in 'latitude; longitude' format, e.g. '50.167958; -97.133185'; see Wikipedia for details.
A location's two-letter international country code, with an optional two-letter region, e.g. 'US-NH' for New Hampshire in the USA.
Geo-spatial information in 'latitude, longitude' format, e.g. '50.167958, -97.133185'; see Wikipedia for details.
A link to the preferred page location or URL of the content of this page, to help eliminate duplicate content penalties from search engines.
Used to define this page's language code. May be the two letter language code, e.g. "de" for German, or the two letter code with a dash and the two letter ISO country code, e.g. "de-AT" for German in Austria. Still used by Bing.
Robots
Provides search engines with specific directions for what to do when this page is indexed.
A comma-separated list of keywords about the page. This meta tag is used as an indicator in Google News.
Used for paginated content by providing URL with rel='next' link.
Used for paginated content by providing URL with rel='prev' link.
Highlight standout journalism on the web, especially for breaking news; used as an indicator in Google News. Warning: Don't abuse it, to be used a maximum of 7 times per calendar week!
Describes the name and version number of the software or publishing tool used to create the page.
An image associated with this page, for use as a thumbnail in social networks and other services. This will be able to extract the URL from an image field if the field is configured properly.
Used to indicate the URL that broke the story, and can link to either an internal URL or an external source. If the full URL is not known it is acceptable to use a partial URL or just the domain name.
Used to rate content for audience appropriateness. This tag has little known influence on search engine rankings, but can be used by browsers, browser extensions, and apps. The most common options are general, mature, restricted, 14 years, safe for kids. If you follow the RTA Documentation you should enter RTA-5042-1996-1400-1577-RTA
Indicate to search engines and other page scrapers whether or not links should be followed. See the W3C specifications for further details.
The number of seconds to wait before refreshing the page. May also force redirect to another page using the format '5; url=https://example.com/', which would be triggered after five seconds.
Details about intellectual property, such as copyright or trademarks; does not automatically protect the site's content or intellectual property.
Tell search engines when to index the page again. Very few search engines support this tag, it is more useful to use an XML Sitemap file.
Used to control whether a browser caches a specific page locally. Not commonly used. Should be used in conjunction with the Pragma meta tag.
Control when the browser's internal cache of the current page should expire. The date must to be an RFC-1123-compliant date string that is represented in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), e.g. 'Thu, 01 Sep 2016 00:12:56 GMT'. Set to '0' to stop the page being cached entirely.
Used to control whether a browser caches a specific page locally. Not commonly used. Should be used in conjunction with the Cache-Control meta tag.
The Open Graph meta tags are used to control how Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn and other social networking sites interpret the site's content.

The Facebook Sharing Debugger lets you preview how your content will look when it's shared to Facebook and debug any issues with your Open Graph tags.
The word that appears before the content's title in a sentence. The default ignores this value, the 'Automatic' value should be sufficient if this is actually needed.
A human-readable name for the site, e.g., IMDb.
The type of the content, e.g., movie.
Preferred page location or URL to help eliminate duplicate content for search engines, e.g., https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0117500/.
The title of the content, e.g., The Rock.
A one to two sentence description of the content.
The URL of an image which should represent the content. The image must be at least 200 x 200 pixels in size; 600 x 316 pixels is a recommended minimum size, and for best results use an image least 1200 x 630 pixels in size. Supports PNG, JPEG and GIF formats. Should not be used if og:image:url is used. Note: if multiple images are added many services (e.g. Facebook) will default to the largest image, not specifically the first one. Multiple values may be used, separated by a comma. Note: Tokens that return multiple values will be handled automatically. This will be able to extract the URL from an image field if the field is configured properly.
The URL of an video which should represent the content. For best results use a source that is at least 1200 x 630 pixels in size, but at least 600 x 316 pixels is a recommended minimum. Object types supported include video.episode, video.movie, video.other, and video.tv_show. Multiple values may be used, separated by a comma. Note: Tokens that return multiple values will be handled automatically.
A alternative version of og:image and has exactly the same requirements; only one needs to be used. Multiple values may be used, separated by a comma. Note: Tokens that return multiple values will be handled automatically. This will be able to extract the URL from an image field if the field is configured properly.
The secure URL (HTTPS) of an image which should represent the content. The image must be at least 200 x 200 pixels in size; 600 x 316 pixels is a recommended minimum size, and for best results use an image least 1200 x 630 pixels in size. Supports PNG, JPEG and GIF formats. Multiple values may be used, separated by a comma. Note: Tokens that return multiple values will be handled automatically. This will be able to extract the URL from an image field if the field is configured properly. Any URLs which start with "http://" will be converted to "https://".
The secure URL (HTTPS) of an video which should represent the content. Any URLs which start with "http://" will be converted to "https://".
The type of image referenced above. Should be either 'image/gif' for a GIF image, 'image/jpeg' for a JPG/JPEG image, or 'image/png' for a PNG image. Note: there should be one value for each image, and having more than there are images may cause problems.
The type of video referenced above. Should be either video.episode, video.movie, video.other, and video.tv_show. Note: there should be one value for each video, and having more than there are videos may cause problems.
The width of the above image(s). Note: if both the unsecured and secured images are provided, they should both be the same size.
The height of the above video(s). Note: if both the unsecured and secured videos are provided, they should both be the same size.
The height of the above image(s). Note: if both the unsecured and secured images are provided, they should both be the same size.
The height of the above video(s). Note: if both the unsecured and secured videos are provided, they should both be the same size.
A description of what is in the image, not a caption. If the page specifies an og:image it should specify og:image:alt.
The date this content was last modified, with an optional time value. Needs to be in ISO 8601 format. Can be the same as the 'Article modification date' tag.
The length of the video in seconds
URLs to related content
The locale these tags are marked up in, must be in the format language_TERRITORY. Default is 'en_US'.
Other locales this content is available in, must be in the format language_TERRITORY, e.g. 'fr_FR'. Multiple values may be used, separated by a comma. Note: Tokens that return multiple values will be handled automatically.
Links an article to a publisher's Facebook page.
The primary section of this website the content belongs to.
The date this content was last modified, with an optional time value. Needs to be in ISO 8601 format.
The date this content will expire, with an optional time value. Needs to be in ISO 8601 format.
Links a book to an author's Facebook profile, should be either URLs to the author's profile page or their Facebook profile IDs. Multiple values may be used, separated by a comma. Note: Tokens that return multiple values will be handled automatically.
The Book's ISBN
The date the book was released.
Appropriate keywords for this content. Multiple values may be used, separated by a comma. Note: Tokens that return multiple values will be handled automatically.
The URL to an audio file that complements this object.
The secure URL to an audio file that complements this object. All 'http://' URLs will automatically be converted to 'https://'. Any URLs which start with "http://" will be converted to "https://".
The MIME type of the audio file. Examples include 'application/mp3' for an MP3 file.
The first name of the person who's Profile page this is.
The person's last name.
Any of Facebook's gender values should be allowed, the initial two being 'male' and 'female'.
A pseudonym / alias of this person.
Links to the Facebook profiles for actor(s) that appear in the video. Multiple values may be used, separated by a comma. Note: Tokens that return multiple values will be handled automatically.
The roles of the actor(s). Multiple values may be used, separated by a comma. Note: Tokens that return multiple values will be handled automatically.
Links to the Facebook profiles for director(s) that worked on the video. Multiple values may be used, separated by a comma. Note: Tokens that return multiple values will be handled automatically.
The date the video was released.
The TV show this series belongs to.
Tag words associated with this video. Multiple values may be used, separated by a comma. Note: Tokens that return multiple values will be handled automatically.
Links to the Facebook profiles for scriptwriter(s) for the video. Multiple values may be used, separated by a comma. Note: Tokens that return multiple values will be handled automatically.
Provides the fifteen Dublin Core Metadata Element Set 1.1 meta tags from the Dublin Core Metadata Institute
The name given to the resource.
An entity primarily responsible for making the resource. Examples of a Creator include a person, an organization, or a service. Typically, the name of a Creator should be used to indicate the entity.
The topic of the resource. Typically, the subject will be represented using keywords, key phrases, or classification codes. Recommended best practice is to use a controlled vocabulary. To describe the spatial or temporal topic of the resource, use the Coverage element.
An account of the resource. Description may include but is not limited to: an abstract, a table of contents, a graphical representation, or a free-text account of the resource.
An entity responsible for making the resource available. Examples of a Publisher include a person, an organization, or a service. Typically, the name of a Publisher should be used to indicate the entity.
An entity responsible for making contributions to the resource. Examples of a Contributor include a person, an organization, or a service. Typically, the name of a Contributor should be used to indicate the entity.
A point or period of time associated with an event in the lifecycle of the resource. Date may be used to express temporal information at any level of granularity. Recommended best practice is to use an encoding scheme, such as the W3CDTF profile of ISO 8601 [W3CDTF].
The nature or genre of the resource. Recommended best practice is to use a controlled vocabulary such as the DCMI Type Vocabulary [DCMITYPE]. To describe the file format, physical medium, or dimensions of the resource, use the Format element.
The file format, physical medium, or dimensions of the resource. Examples of dimensions include size and duration. Recommended best practice is to use a controlled vocabulary such as the list of Internet Media Types [MIME].
An unambiguous reference to the resource within a given context. Recommended best practice is to identify the resource by means of a string conforming to a formal identification system.
A related resource from which the described resource is derived. The described resource may be derived from the related resource in whole or in part. Recommended best practice is to identify the related resource by means of a string conforming to a formal identification system.
A language of the resource. Recommended best practice is to use a controlled vocabulary such as RFC 4646 [RFC4646].
A related resource. Recommended best practice is to identify the related resource by means of a string conforming to a formal identification system.
The spatial or temporal topic of the resource, the spatial applicability of the resource, or the jurisdiction under which the resource is relevant. Spatial topic and spatial applicability may be a named place or a location specified by its geographic coordinates. Temporal topic may be a named period, date, or date range. A jurisdiction may be a named administrative entity or a geographic place to which the resource applies. Recommended best practice is to use a controlled vocabulary such as the Thesaurus of Geographic Names [TGN]. Where appropriate, named places or time periods can be used in preference to numeric identifiers such as sets of coordinates or date ranges.
Information about rights held in and over the resource. Typically, rights information includes a statement about various property rights associated with the resource, including intellectual property rights.
These tags are not part of the Metadata Element Set but may be useful for certain scenarios.
A summary of the resource.
Information about who can access the resource or an indication of its security status. Access Rights may include information regarding access or restrictions based on privacy, security, or other policies.
The method by which items are added to a collection.
The frequency with which items are added to a collection.
The policy governing the addition of items to a collection.
An alternative name for the resource. The distinction between titles and alternative titles is application-specific.
A class of entity for whom the resource is intended or useful.
Date (often a range) that the resource became or will become available.
A bibliographic reference for the resource. Recommended practice is to include sufficient bibliographic detail to identify the resource as unambiguously as possible.
An established standard to which the described resource conforms.
Date of creation of the resource.
Date of acceptance of the resource. Examples of resources to which a Date Accepted may be relevant are a thesis (accepted by a university department) or an article (accepted by a journal).
Date of copyright.
A class of entity, defined in terms of progression through an educational or training context, for which the described resource is intended.
The size or duration of the resource.
A related resource that is substantially the same as the pre-existing described resource, but in another format.
A related resource that is included either physically or logically in the described resource.
A related resource that is a version, edition, or adaptation of the described resource.
A process, used to engender knowledge, attitudes and skills, that the described resource is designed to support. Instructional Method will typically include ways of presenting instructional materials or conducting instructional activities, patterns of learner-to-learner and learner-to-instructor interactions, and mechanisms by which group and individual levels of learning are measured. Instructional methods include all aspects of the instruction and learning processes from planning and implementation through evaluation and feedback.
A related resource that is substantially the same as the described resource, but in another format.
A related resource in which the described resource is physically or logically included.
A related resource that references, cites, or otherwise points to the described resource.
A related resource that supplants, displaces, or supersedes the described resource.
A related resource that requires the described resource to support its function, delivery, or coherence.
A related resource of which the described resource is a version, edition, or adaptation. Changes in version imply substantive changes in content rather than differences in format.
Date of formal issuance (e.g., publication) of the resource.
A legal document giving official permission to do something with the resource.
An entity that mediates access to the resource and for whom the resource is intended or useful. In an educational context, a mediator might be a parent, teacher, teaching assistant, or care-giver.
The material or physical carrier of the resource.
Date on which the resource was changed.
A statement of any changes in ownership and custody of the resource since its creation that are significant for its authenticity, integrity, and interpretation. The statement may include a description of any changes successive custodians made to the resource.
A related resource that is referenced, cited, or otherwise pointed to by the described resource.
A related resource that is supplanted, displaced, or superseded by the described resource.
A related resource that is required by the described resource to support its function, delivery, or coherence.
A person or organization owning or managing rights over the resource.
Spatial characteristics of the resource.
A list of subunits of the resource.
Temporal characteristics of the resource.
Date (often a range) of validity of a resource.
A set of meta tags specially for controlling advanced functionality with Facebook.

The Facebook Sharing Debugger lets you preview how your content will look when it's shared to Facebook and debug any issues with your Open Graph tags.
A comma-separated list of Facebook user IDs of people who are considered administrators or moderators of this page.
Facebook Instant Articles claim URL token.
A comma-separated list of Facebook Platform Application IDs applicable for this site.
A set of meta tags specially for controlling the summaries displayed when content is shared on Google Plus.
Content title.
Content description less than 200 characters.
The URL of an image which should represent the content. For best results use an image that is at least 1200 x 630 pixels in size, but at least 600 x 316 pixels is a recommended minimum. Supports PNG, JPEG and GIF formats. Multiple values may be used, separated by a comma. Note: Tokens that return multiple values will be handled automatically. This will be able to extract the URL from an image field if the field is configured properly.
Used by some search engines to confirm authorship of the content on a page. Should be either the full URL for the author's Google+ profile page or a local page with information about the author.
Used by some search engines to confirm publication of the content on a page. Should be the full URL for the publication's Google+ profile page.
A set of meta tags used to control how the site's content is consumed by Pinterest.
Do not pin anything from this page. When selected, this option will take precedence over all options below.
Do not show hovering Save or Search buttons, generated by the Pinterest browser extensions.
Do not allow Pinterest visual search to happen from this page.
The Canonical Pinterest object to pin.
The URL of media which should represent the content. This will be able to extract the URL from an image field if the field is configured properly.
The URL which should represent the content.
A one to two sentence description of the content.
A set of meta tags specially for controlling the summaries displayed when content is shared on Twitter.
Notes:
  • no other fields are required for a Summary card
  • Photo card requires the 'image' field
  • Media player card requires the 'title', 'description', 'media player URL', 'media player width', 'media player height' and 'image' fields,
  • Summary Card with Large Image card requires the 'Summary' field and the 'image' field,
  • Gallery Card requires all the 'Gallery Image' fields,
  • App Card requires the 'iPhone app ID' field, the 'iPad app ID' field and the 'Google Play app ID' field,
  • Product Card requires the 'description' field, the 'image' field, the 'Label 1' field, the 'Data 1' field, the 'Label 2' field and the 'Data 2' field.
A description that concisely summarizes the content of the page, as appropriate for presentation within a Tweet. Do not re-use the title text as the description, or use this field to describe the general services provided by the website. The string will be truncated, by Twitter, at the word to 200 characters.
The @username for the website, which will be displayed in the Card's footer; must include the @ symbol.
The page's title, which should be concise; it will be truncated at 70 characters by Twitter. This field is required unless this the 'type' field is set to 'photo'.
The numerical Twitter account ID for the website, which will be displayed in the Card's footer.
The @username for the content creator / author for this page, including the @ symbol.
The numerical Twitter account ID for the content creator / author for this page.
By default Twitter tracks visitors when a tweet is embedded on a page using the official APIs. Setting this to 'on' will stop Twitter from tracking visitors.
The permalink / canonical URL of the current page.
The URL to a unique image representing the content of the page. Do not use a generic image such as your website logo, author photo, or other image that spans multiple pages. Images larger than 120x120px will be resized and cropped square based on longest dimension. Images smaller than 60x60px will not be shown. If the 'type' is set to Photo then the image must be at least 280x150px. This will be able to extract the URL from an image field if the field is configured properly.
The alternative text of the image being linked to. Limited to 420 characters.
The height of the image being linked to, in pixels.
The width of the image being linked to, in pixels.
If your application is not available in the US App Store, you must set this value to the two-letter country code for the App Store that contains your application.
The name of the iPhone app.
String value, should be the numeric representation of your iPhone app's ID in the App Store.
The iPhone app's custom URL scheme (must include "://" after the scheme name).
The name of the iPad app.
String value, should be the numeric representation of your iPad app's ID in the App Store.
The iPad app's custom URL scheme (must include "://" after the scheme name).
The name of the app in the Google Play app store.
Your app ID in the Google Play Store (i.e. "com.android.app").
The Google Play app's custom URL scheme (must include "://" after the scheme name).
The full URL for loading a media player. Required when using a Media player card.
The width of the media player iframe, in pixels. Required when using a Media player card.
The height of the media player iframe, in pixels. Required when using a Media player card.
The full URL for an MP4 video (h.264) or audio (AAC) stream, takes precedence over the other media player field.
The MIME type for the media contained in the stream URL, as defined by RFC 4337.
This field expects a string, and you can specify values for labels such as price, items in stock, sizes, etc.
This field expects a string, and allows you to specify the types of data you want to offer (price, country, etc.).
This field expects a string, and you can specify values for labels such as price, items in stock, sizes, etc.
This field expects a string, and allows you to specify the types of data you want to offer (price, country, etc.).
These meta tags are used to confirm site ownership for search engines and other services.
A string provided by Baidu.
A string provided by Bing, full details are available from the Bing online help.
A string provided by Facebook, full details are available from the Facebook online help.
A string provided by Google, full details are available from the Google online help. Multiple values may be used, separated by a comma. Note: Tokens that return multiple values will be handled automatically.
A string provided by Norton Safe Web, full details are available from the Norton Safe Web online help.
A string provided by Pinterest, full details are available from the Pinterest online help.
A string provided by Pocket, full details are available from the Pocket online help.
A string provided by Yandex, full details are available from the Yandex online help.
A string provided by Zoom, full details are available from the Zoom online help.
Meta tags used to control the mobile browser experience. Some of these meta tags have been replaced by newer mobile browsers. These meta tags usually only need to be set globally, rather than per-page.
The content audience, e.g. "all".
Department tag.
The document status, e.g. "draft".
Works only with numeric values.
Use a url of a valid image.
Meta tags used to control the mobile browser experience. Some of these meta tags have been replaced by newer mobile browsers. These meta tags usually only need to be set globally, rather than per-page.
Provides an absolute URL to a specially formatted version of the current page designed for 'feature phones', mobile phones that do not support modern browser standards. See the official Google Mobile SEO Guide for details on how the page should be formatted.
A color in hexadecimal format, e.g. '#0000ff' for blue; must include the '#' symbol. Used by some browsers to control the background color of the toolbar, the color used with an icon, etc.
Using the value 'width' tells certain mobile Internet Explorer browsers to display as-is, without being resized. Alternatively a numerical width may be used to indicate the desired page width the page should be rendered in: '240' is the suggested default, '176' for older browsers or '480' for newer devices with high DPI screens. Multiple values may be used, separated by a comma. Note: Tokens that return multiple values will be handled automatically.
Some older mobile browsers will expect this meta tag to be set to 'true' to indicate that the site has been designed with mobile browsers in mind. Multiple values may be used, separated by a comma. Note: Tokens that return multiple values will be handled automatically.
Used by most contemporary browsers to control the display for mobile browsers. Please read a guide on responsive web design for details of what values to use.
A legacy meta tag for older versions of Internet Explorer on Windows, use the value 'on' to enable it; this tag is ignored by all other browsers.
A URL to a manifest.json file that describes the application. The JSON-based manifest provides developers with a centralized place to put metadata associated with a web application.
Custom meta tags used by Apple's software, iOS, Safari, etc.
This informs iOS devices to display a banner to a specific app. If used, it must provide the 'app-id' value, the 'affiliate-data' and 'app-argument' values are optional.
If set to 'yes', the application will run in full-screen mode; the default behavior is to use Safari to display web content.
Requires the 'Web app capable' meta tag to be set to 'yes'. May be set to 'default', 'black', or 'black-translucent'.
Overrides the long site title when using the Apple Add to Home Screen.
If set to 'telephone=no' the page will not be checked for phone numbers, which would be presented.
Custom meta tags used by the Android OS, browser, etc.
Custom meta tags used by the Windows and Windows Mobile OSes, IE browser, etc.
Indicates to IE which rendering engine should be used for the current page.
The default name displayed with the pinned sites tile (or icon). Set the content attribute to the desired name.
Allows tasks to be defined on child domains of the fully qualified domain name associated with the pinned site. Should be either 'true' or 'false'.
Allows tasks to be defined on child domains of the fully qualified domain name associated with the pinned site. Should be either 'true' or 'false'.
A semi-colon -separated string that must contain the 'polling-uri=' value with the full URL to a Badge Schema XML file. May also contain 'frequency=' value set to either 30, 60, 360, 720 or 1440 (default) which specifies (in minutes) how often the URL should be polled.
Should contain the full URL to a Browser configuration schema file that further controls tile customizations.
Controls the color of the Back and Forward buttons in the pinned site browser window.
A semi-colon -separated string containing 'polling-uri=' (required), 'polling-uri2=', 'polling-uri3=', 'polling-uri4=' and 'polling-uri5=' to indicate the URLs for notifications. May also contain a 'frequency=' value to specify how often (in minutes) the URLs will be polled; limited to 30, 60, 360, 720 or 1440 (default). May also contain the value 'cycle=' to control the notifications cycle.
The URL to the root page of the site.
A semi-colon -separated string defining the 'jump' list task. Should contain the 'name=' value to specify the task's name, the 'action-uri=' value to set the URL to load when the jump list is clicked, the 'icon-uri=' value to set the URL to an icon file to be displayed, and 'window-type=' set to either 'tab' (default), 'self' or 'window' to control how the link opens in the browser.
The HTML color to use as the background color for the live tile.
The URL to an image to use as the background for the live tile. This will be able to extract the URL from an image field if the field is configured properly.
Controls the text shown in the tooltip for the pinned site's shortcut.
A semi-colon -separated value that controls the dimensions of the initial window. Should contain the values 'width=' and 'height=' to control the width and height respectively.
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