SEO is a must-have for every website on the internet. Of course, APIQ has support for this too. Special extension “SEO” will do all the job for you.
In case you’re installing APIQ on your own server, you need to add “SEO” extension as Ruby on Rails project dependency.
gem "kms_seo" # or for edge version: gem "kms_seo", github: "apiqcms/kms_seo"
After you walked through all installation steps, you should see “SEO” extension additions in APIQ backend.
Meta Tags and Headers
First thing you’d probably use is meta tags - you could find “SEO” section on each Page form.
Here you could specify “title”, “description”, “keywords” and “h1” content.
Once specified, you can use it in your Templates (or
head Snippet) via special
seo object - check out how in the next section.
This is a Liquor variable/object introduced by “SEO” extension. It has 4 properties according to those you specified for pages:
Here is how you’d use it:
<title></title> <meta name="keywords" content=""> <meta name="description" content=""> ... <h1></h1>
What if you want to switch to APIQ CMS from other CMS? You would probably decide to keep traffic from URLs you had before (and which search engines already aware). Then “Redirects” section comes to the rescue: