andante

from memory, its something as simple as adding $Metadata inside the <head> tag in the template

jengeard

I checked the same action on a different pageType. It worked, so it looks like my problem is specific to our Search pageType. I've now requested support to get the Search pageType amended so it picks this up.

MichalKleiner

the template can be put together in a way that won’t output that, so you’d need to check the theme as well

jengeard

I've tweaked this to make it <meta name="googlebot" content="noindex" />, in case the tag needs closure. Still not seeing it in the rendered page source.

jengeard

Can I check that I understand the use of a particular part of the SS 3 admin interface? If I put a tag in the Metadata - Custom Meta Tags box - say <meta name="googlebot" content="noindex"> - should I expect it to show in the head of the published page?

jengeard

@outerlegsrace A heads-up that if you get inline lang tagging allowed - like <span lang="mi">Te reo Māori</span> - you should add it to your test plan for subsequent upgrades. It tends to revert to default settings.

 

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