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  1. 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 the code would work to do the following: IF we are on page 'page.php' then use 'THIS' as my title site. As an added bonus, I wonder would hard it would be to fetch 'THIS' from.. let's say a text file? or php file where i can define all the titles etc that get pulled into my title/meta tags? (the same theory would be applied in the meta tags/description) if anyone could gimme a hard, I'd greatly appreciate it! Thanks!
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