Jun 022016
 

WordPress SEO Framework Admin Description Settings helps you to configure and understand the admin description settings found on the admin sidebar.

Last Updated: September 22, 2016

In this post you will learn more about the plugins admin Description settings. This area controls the description that is displayed when someone carries out a search using a search engine like Google. It is important to decide whether or not you want a title next to the description and the website title as well. It is relatively easy to configure the description settings using this plugin.

WordPress SEO Framework Admin Description Settings Steps

Step 1 ) The following image Description Meta Settings allows you to set up the following settings.

  • General
  • Additions
  • You can also select the Description Excerpt Separator = by default the plugin highlights the two recommended separators  the dash – and or the ampersand |. You can select any of the other separators but it is not recommended.

Note: In the upcoming version 2.7.1 the recommended separators will no longer be marked as “recommended”. This is because the description does not need to support old browsers or old screen readers. (Quoted by Sybre Waaijer)

the-seo-framework-admin-menu-description-settings

Step 2 ) The following image Additions allows you to select the following options. The image below shows you only the description without the extra description additions and blogname because both options are not enabled.

  • Add Additions to automated description?
  • Add Blogname to automated description additions?

the-seo-framework-admin-menu-description-automated-output

Step 3 ) The following image displays both options added to the Description when you enable both options.

Note: If you don’t select Add Additions to automated description? first, even if you select the following Add Blogname to automated description additions? it will not be displayed.

the-seo-framework-admin-menu-description-automated-output-enabled

The settings above control and are important in the way the description appears in search engines like Google.

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I will be adding more information soon. So keep coming back for the latest. If you have any questions please let me know.

Enjoy.

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Manuel Ballesta RuizManuel Ballesta Ruiz is a web developer, Blogger and WordPress Enthusiast.

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