Hi everyone. I've spent way too much time searching the help forums for an answer to my question, and I'm coming up with nothing, or I'm finding posts from years past. I'm just going to post now and hopefully someone can answer me simply, because I'm brand new to WP.
I want to use my tagline for my site. It looks nice and I like it. BUT, I don't want that tagline to be a meta description for the search engines. I am using All in One SEO plugin and I want that to handle the description.
When I look at my source code, there are two descriptions - one which is generated by WP and the other by AIO plugin. Google is picking up the WP generated tagline, or the four-word tagline of my site. How/ what do I edit so that the tagline is just a visual element on my site, minus the meta description in my html code?
Say you had a site about puppies and your tagline was:
"Puppies are awesome." But then you use AIO plugin to make the description "This site is about creating healthy living conditions for adopted puppies, created by veterinarian JJ Smith." Obviously, you don't Google to display your site as "Puppies are awesome," over the proper description.
Thanks. I'm frustrated but I am hopeful that there's a link to a quickfix. Again, I would like the tagline words to appear on the site as a kind of slogan.