How to set up meta descriptions on Squarespace

 
 
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There are two ways to edit meta descriptions or page titles on Squarespace. The main pages can be edited from the main menu. Blog posts are edited from within the post.

How to set up meta descriptions on Squarespace — PLETÓRICA DESIGNS

edit a main page title

  • Click on the wheel symbol next to the Page name. In this case, it is “Plantillas.”

  • Fill out these fields

    • Menu title is the title for this page that appears on the main menu at the top of the website

    • Page title is actually the subtitle of this page. Include some of your keywords here and describe briefly what this page is about

The navigation title will show on your navigation bar, while the page title works for SEO purposes and it’s what you will see on the browser tab. They can be different from one another.

The navigation title will show on your navigation bar, while the page title works for SEO purposes and it’s what you will see on the browser tab. They can be different from one another.

Edit page descriptions

The fragment is the body of your meta description. Include your keywords, describe succinctly what the page contains, its benefits to the visitor and a call to action. This blurb can only 160 characters long.

IMPORTANT: Some Squarespace templates like Bedford make the page description appear at the top of the page. If you do not want this feature, you may be able to remove this feature with advanced CSS code or choose another template.

EDIT PAGE TITLE FOR A BLOG POST

Unlike the titles of the main pages of the website, the default page title for a blog post is just the blog post title. So, if you want to change the page title, you can change it in the post.

edit a meta description for a blog post on squarespace

Select the blog post and click on the Edit button next to it. Once the post is open, go to Settings→ Options. You will the Fragment section at the bottom of this page.

Depending on your template, the post description may appear on the blog homepage. This feature can be hidden with CSS.

How to set up meta descriptions on Squarespace — PLETÓRICA DESIGNS

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