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  1. No luck with that : /
  2. Heres what I have: <?php$pageName = basename($_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'], '.php');$pageMeta = $metaInfo[$pageName];$metaInfo = array( 'testing2' => array( 'descr' => 'this is a discription for testing2', 'author' => 'I am the author of testing2' ), 'about' => array( 'descr' => 'about desc text', 'author' => 'about author text' ));/*if($pageName == "testing2"){$pageName = "PHP is Fun!";} */$output = '<meta name="description" content="' . $pageMeta['descr'] . '"/>';$output .= '<meta name="author" content="' . $pageMeta['author'] . '"/>';?>&l
  3. I thought by doing: $metaInfo = array( 'testing2' => array( 'descr' => 'this is a discription for testing2', 'author' => 'I am the author of testing2' ), It would tell the output, if my page is called testing2then to output $output = '<meta name="description" content="' . $pageMeta['descr'] . '"/>';$output .= '<meta name="author" content="' . $pageMeta['author'] . '"/>'; Are you saying I need to define a special array somehow?I am reading on w3schools about arrays, perhaps I am missing or my question is to tailored to something specific, please elaborate i
  4. Can you explain what you mean by 'theres is no index ref for testing2 from testing2.php'
  5. Awesome help guys! This is what I have. <?php$pageName = basename($_SERVER['PHP_SELF']);$homeMeta = $metaInfo[$pageName]; $metaInfo = array( 'testing2' => array( 'descr' => 'home desc text', 'author' => 'home author text' ), 'about' => array( 'descr' => 'about desc text', 'author' => 'about author text' ));$output = '<meta name="description" content="' . $homeMeta['descr'] . '"/>';$output .= '<meta name="author" content="' . $homeMeta['author'] . '"/>';?> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/
  6. Okay based on your information this was my attempt.Heres the code I did: <?php$pageName = $_SERVER["SCRIPT_FILENAME"];$homeMeta = $metaInfo[$pageName];$metaInfo = array( 'home' => array( 'descr' => 'home desc text', 'author' => 'home author text' ), 'about' => array( 'descr' => 'about desc text', 'author' => 'about author text' ));$output = '<meta name="description" content="' . $homeMeta['descr'] . '"/>';$output .= '<meta name="author" content="' . $homeMeta['author'] . '"/>';?><!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitio
  7. Hey, lol! that worked!! How would you go about making this <?php$tpTitle="Helping you to improve your web site";$pgHeading="Site-Report.com - Helping you to improve your web site";$pgDesc="Helping you to improve your web site";$pgKeywords="site-report";?> Pull the keywords, desc and titles from a file base on what page we are on?
  8. thanks for not being an ###### towards my lack of knowledge! lolI was just reading further to try and understand more of what you said. I came across this http://www.cre8asiteforums.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=4558&st=0 This guy mentions a way that seemed a bit more simple (to me, the noob) haha. <?php $tpTitle="Helping you to improve your web site"; $pgHeading="Site-Report.com - Helping you to improve your web site"; $pgDesc="Helping you to improve your web site"; $pgKeywords="site-report"; ?> So i get that we define "params?" and then he says we can add this to our header.
  9. Hey guys!I was wondering if someone would be kind enough to help me out. I am not really a programmer or savvy in that type of nature. I know HTML / CSS but really my experience is in the design field. I am using software called osDate.osDate allows you to give your site a title and meta tags from the admin interface, BUT... osDate doesn't support changing your title/meta tags for specific pages, this is a huge problem for me and the SEO of my site! Here's what I need and I'm hoping someone can help me out with. I want to know if someone could write me a quick tutorial or possibly show me how
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