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Page Properties Overview
Properties allow a user to modify the metadata which includes the title and description along with the page title and subtitle that display on each page. Properties also accesses parameters for a page, where much of the page layout is included such as rotators or image sliders at the top of the page.
Page Heading and Subheading
Every page is required to have a heading and a subheading at the top of each page. These are located in Page Parameters and are editable by selecting the "Properties" button.
In this section, you can edit the Heading of the page and the Subheading of the page. You will also have access to edit the Meta Tags.
There is several ways to access the Page Parameters.
- When you are in the JustEdit page editor, make sure you have the page checked out (by
selecting the yellow lightbulb). Then select "Properties".
- Another way to access Page Parameters from the "Content
view. Select "Content" at the top of the page, check in the page, mouse over "Edit", select "Properties".
- Last, you can always access the Page Parameters from within the JustEdit editor. Open
your "Gadgets" button, then select "Page Parameters". You can see each section by
It is VERY important that you do not go over the number of characters suggested in each section. Google will use these sections for displaying content, and can punish a page if not properly written.
- Each title tag must be unique for the content on the page. Using duplicate title tags will cause ranking issues with your page.
- Keep title tags around 75 characters.
- Make title tags concise and informative for the user and the search engine using individual keywords from the content on the page.
- Avoid repeating keywords in the title tag.
- Each meta description must be unique for the content on the page. Using duplicate metadata will cause search engines to view the page as SPAM and will effect your page ranking.
- Keep descriptions around 150 characters.
- Make them compelling, concise and informative.
- Remember, this is the advertisement for your page on Google.
- Utilize keywords from the content on the page. Avoid repeating keywords.
Think of your meta title tag and description as the description you read on the inside cover or back of a book. When informative and compelling, users will click through to your content.
For updating your pages with accurate metadata, contact the UT Tyler Web Team.
For additional information, see OU Campus Properties documentation.