A canonical tag is a way of telling search engines that a specified URL is the master copy of a page. You may specify this URL to prevent issues that arise as a result of duplicate content.
Duplicate content may arise when the same content is published to multiple URLs and then indexed on all those URLs by the search engines.
By using the integration of the canonical link, you can indicate your preferred canonical URL. Note that search engines may still choose a different page as the master copy than the one you specified.
Custom HTML snippets
Sometimes you need to add custom HTML to the
<head> or the
<body> tag of your project. This can be custom scripts, styling, or even content.
In Vev you can add HTML in the project itself, but you may also add the code via this integration. The latter is recommended if you want to add the snippet to all the projects that are published to a given hosting.
Sometimes you may need to add a custom script to the
<head> or the
<body> tag of your project.
This you may do in the project itself, but you may also add the script via this integration. The latter is recommended if you want to add the snippet to all the projects that are published to a given hosting.
You are allowed to specify the URL of the script, where it should be placed, as well as whether it should be deferred or loaded asynchronously.
Meta tags always go inside the "head" element of a webpage and are typically used to specify a character set, page description, keywords, author of the document, and viewport settings.
Meta tags are essentially content descriptors that help search engines know what the web page is about.
Open Graph metas
Open Graph meta tags are snippets of code that control how URLs are displayed when shared on social media. Having social media metadata on the website is one of the best practices as it will tell how our webpage's Title, URL, Image, Description, site_name, etc should display while sharing.
They’re part of Facebook’s Open Graph protocol and are also used by other social media sites, including LinkedIn and Twitter. You can find them in the head section of a webpage. Any tags with og: before a property name are Open Graph tags.
To turn your web pages into graph objects, you need to add basic metadata to your page. The four required properties for every page are:
og:title- The title of your object should appear within the graph
og:type- The type of your object, e.g., "video.movie". Depending on the type you specify, other properties may also be required.
og:url- The canonical URL of your object that will be used as its permanent ID in the graph
og:image- An image URL that should represent your object within the graph.
Open Graph: Article
In addition to Open Graph Meta Tags, you can integrate this as an add-on to optimize SEO for articles and blog posts.
You can add the following properties.
article:published_time- datetime - When the article was first published.
article:modified_time- datetime - When the article was last changed.
article:expiration_time- datetime - When the article is out of date after.
article:author- profile array - Writers of the article.
article:section- string - A high-level section name. E.g. Technology
article:tag- string array - Tag words associated with this article.
Social Media meta tags
This essential SEO plugin allows you to contain a featured image, page title, description, and URL when sharing your site on social media. Social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter get these parameters from your website. With this plugin, you can control what they pull from the post.