- Allows you to override a page’s or a post’s title tag with a custom one.
- New for v2.0 A Title Tag input box in the Edit Post and Write Post forms. (Previously in version 1.0 you had to use the Custom Field box.)
- New for v2.0 Mass editing of title tags for all posts, static pages, category pages, tag pages, tag conjunction pages, archive by month pages, — indeed, any URL — all in one go.
- Define a custom title tag for your home page (or, more accurately, your Posts page, if you have chosen a static Front Page set under Options -> Reading), through the Options -> SEO Title Tag page in the WordPress admin.
- New for v2.0 Define the title tag of 404 error pages, also through Options -> SEO Title Tag.
- New for v2.0 Handles internal search result pages too.
- For users of the UltimateTagWarrior plugin (which should be everybody!), incorporates the tag name into the title tag on “tag pages” (sorry for the confusing use of “tag” in two contexts here — as in tagging and HTML title tags).
- New for v2.0 (When used with Ultimate Tag Warrior) Customize the title tags on tag pages, and on tag conjunction pages too (e.g. http://www.netconcepts.com/tag/seo+articles). The latter is done through Manage -> Title Tags -> URLs; see this screenshot for an example.
- New for v2.0 Title tags of category pages can optionally be set to the category description. If you use a Meta Tag plugin like Add Meta Tags, then you should not use this feature and instead let the Meta Tag plugin use the category description for the meta description on category pages.
- If you choose to keep the blog name in your title tags (not recommended!), the order of the blog name and the title are automatically reversed, giving more keyword prominence to the title instead of the blog name. Note there is also an option to replace your blog name with a shorter blog nickname.
And best of all, the plugin is FREE!
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