For more information about what Metadata and OG (Open Graph) Tags are and how they are used, view this article.
Setting Page Metadata
Each page on your site can have its own Metadata set. This includes your site's home or index page.
Note: Setting your home page Metadata will determine what is used when searching or sharing your domain name.
To edit a page's or blog post's Metadata, follow these steps:
1. Click Pages, then select the page or blog post you would like to update from the list.
2. In the left editing pane, scroll to the very bottom until you see the Metadata or Search engine optimization section. Click the box below with the preview.
3. Enter a Page title and Page description, as well as a Page OG title and OG description.
4. Set a preview image for your page's by clicking Choose from library below Page Open Graph media. Select the image you would like to use in your site's preview.
5. Click Publish to update these changes on your website.
Setting Website Metadata
1. From the home screen (house icon) of your website editor, click Global, then Website metadata.
Note: Most settings in this section will only be used if the individual page does not have its own unique settings. To edit the main metadata used for your domain (www.yourwebsite.com), it is best to customize the Metadata section from your site's Home page (see above).
2. Enter a site Title and Description, as well as set your site's Favicon image by clicking Choose from library. Select the image you would like to use as your site's favicon.
A Favicon is the small icon that you see on the tab of websites. It helps your customers to locate your website easily, especially when they have multiple tabs open.
3. Click Save.
4. Enter an OG (Open Graph) Title and OG description, as well as set your site's OG image by clicking Choose from library. Select the image you would like to use in your site's preview.
5. Set a preview image for your page's by clicking Choose from library below Page OG media Select the image you would like to use in your site's preview.
6. Click Save.
7. Click Publish to update these changes on your website.