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SEO -> editing templates to make them search engine friendly

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Hi guys,

I was wondering if someone may have done this already, and if not I woull happily commit a SEOd template for others. I have noticed on our forum that if you load a post the page title, description and h1 stays the same. For google, it would be much better if these can be vaired on the name of the sub forum and the post that is currently being viewed.

I have had a look in the documentation but cannot find any freemaker variables for things such as topic name, topic title, collection of posts etc...

Do these variables exist, and has anyone done this before?

Thanks,

Mike
[originally posted on jforum.net by gradconnection]
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I have done quite a bit more looking into this and have found certain JForum variables I can use such as contextPath, pageTitle and forumTitle... does someone have a conprehensive list of variables available?

Mike
[originally posted on jforum.net by gradconnection]
 
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