Introducing SEO Metadata for Umbraco

SEO Metadata for Umbraco is a property editor that is used for maintaining common SEO-related information for a page. It gives users a visual representation of how the page would look on a Google search result page and hints to when the title and description is too long, with optional validation.

SEO Metadata for Umbraco

It also provides some common SEO-related options that we frequently require on our pages, such as the ability for a user to conveniently amend the URL segment (in other words, the page slug), as well as flag a page as “noindex” to robots. Brief usage comments are added to prompt content editors to use ideal content for SEO, with links to resources on Moz.com.

This property editor has been in use at Epiphany for sometime, so I’ve packaged it up and made it publically available. To install Epiphany.SeoMetadata, run the following command in the Package Manager Console.

Install-Package Epiphany.SeoMetadata

More comprehensive documentation is available on GitHub.

I would love to know if you use it and how you get on with it. Please let me know if you have any issues or suggestions by contacting me on Twitter or by submitting an issue on GitHub.

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