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Started by ɔɔɔɔɔɔuɥoɾ, September 16, 2010, 12:45:53 AM
<meta name="description" content="', $context['page_title_html_safe'], '" />
<meta name="description" content="', empty($context['description']) ? $context['page_title_html_safe'] : $context['description'], '" />
Quote from: IncognitoMuse on September 16, 2010, 04:14:16 PMNo.$context['description'] is used in other places for a thing that isn't the meta description. For example in some of the administration area which doesn't need to be SEO driven whatsoever.In any case, the meta description has little or no driving power in search engine rankings. It *can* generate an increase in click-through rates, but there is no guarantee Google or any other search engine will actually use this description if it can find a better one itself.Arantor's description is, as I've indicated above, flawed because of the fact $context['description'] is used in places that it would be inappropriate to just use as-is. A new $context entry would be preferable to avoid unintended collisions.