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Auto-populate custom SEO META Keywords everywhere on your website based on Post titles, Yoast/Rank Math Focus keywords, and more. Add custom META tags to help Search engines such as Google to understand additional information about the webpage (for ranking purposes). You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Auto-populate custom SEO META Keywords everywhere on your website based on Post titles, Yoast/Rank Math Focus keywords, and more. Add custom META tags to help Search engines such as Google to understand additional information about the webpage (for ranking purposes).

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Boost your SEO with Meta Tags You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Boost your SEO with Meta Tags

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Products - Image title attributes (Woocommerce) You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Products - Image title attributes (Woocommerce)

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Pages & Posts - Image title attributes You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Pages & Posts - Image title attributes

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Get WP Google Street View » You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Get WP Google Street View »

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Embed Google Street View (+ Virtual tour) with Google Maps (sync) and Local SEO structured data. Try WP Google Street View plugin with unique Local Business data Markup (machine-readable language of JSON-LD) You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Embed Google Street View (+ Virtual tour) with Google Maps (sync) and Local SEO structured data. Try WP Google Street View plugin with unique Local Business data Markup (machine-readable language of JSON-LD)

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Boost your Local SEO You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Boost your Local SEO

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Hey %1$s, %2$s Click on Allow & Continue to start auto-optimizing your image title attributes for SEO purpose on Google images and to improve user experience (UX). %2$s Never miss an important update -- opt-in to our security and feature updates notifications. %2$s See you on the other side. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Hey %1$s, %2$s Click on Allow & Continue to start auto-optimizing your image title attributes for SEO purpose on Google images and to improve user experience (UX). %2$s Never miss an important update -- opt-in to our security and feature updates notifications. %2$s See you on the other side.

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We always recommend to use both alt text and image title with your images. One obvious advantage is that it helps search engines discover your images and display them in image search results. The other advantage is that these tags improve the accessibility of your site and explain your images to people with special needs. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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We always recommend to use both alt text and image title with your images. One obvious advantage is that it helps search engines discover your images and display them in image search results. The other advantage is that these tags improve the accessibility of your site and explain your images to people with special needs.

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Why and How You Should Use Alt Text and Image Title You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Why and How You Should Use Alt Text and Image Title

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Meaning that adding a title on MEDIA LIBRARY won’t add a « title tag » inside your HTMl code (compared to what BIGTA plugin does instantly). You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Meaning that adding a title on MEDIA LIBRARY won’t add a « title tag » inside your HTMl code (compared to what BIGTA plugin does instantly).

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Just as you have a title for your post or page, you can have one for media files, because every media file has its own attachment page in WordPress, which is visible to the public unless you disable it. if you switch from the Visual editor to the Text one, you’ll see that there’s no title attribute added to the image in the HTML <img> tag. That’s because WordPress didn’t design it to work that way. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Just as you have a title for your post or page, you can have one for media files, because every media file has its own attachment page in WordPress, which is visible to the public unless you disable it. if you switch from the Visual editor to the Text one, you’ll see that there’s no title attribute added to the image in the HTML <img> tag. That’s because WordPress didn’t design it to work that way.

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When you simply add an image in WordPress via Media Library, you have the option to add a title to it, among other details. Now, this title is used by WordPress internally, as a media title for attachment pages, galleries, and other features that might use it. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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When you simply add an image in WordPress via Media Library, you have the option to add a title to it, among other details. Now, this title is used by WordPress internally, as a media title for attachment pages, galleries, and other features that might use it.

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