Use Customized Title Tags - [SiteTitle], [PageTitle] and [SubTitle] programming code - search engines prefer “unique” content. Typo3 allows you to use the “Navigation Title” for the customer view, while using the “Page Title” view for search engines. Simply navigate to the page tree hierarchy; click on the page you want to edit, go to “Edit Page Properties”. Choose the “Type” drop-down list; Select “Advanced.” Write your unique titles.
Customized Meta Tags are preferrable. Meta descriptions are included under “Page Properties” “Advanced” options; describe Page Content as closely as possible. The “Description” field is about two lines of text; search engines will scan this field.
When images have been modified, Typo3 assigns a random name. Create a descriptive name for the image by right-clicking on it. Select the “Image Properties” option. Then, fill in the “Title” with descriptive text so search engine “bots” can identify the images.
Typo3 works exclusively with Page IDs, which can create unwieldy URLs. SEO requires removal of numbers, characters, and language designators in your Web page URL; replace them with keywords, so search engine spiders can find and read the data quickly. Use the Apache module - “mod_rewrite” - to create a “RealURL”. The new Page Title should be redirected to the “sitemap.xml”.
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