Is it possible to add title tags to searched pages in a database?
To avoid be penalized by Google in rankings due to duplicate title tages, is it possible with All In One SEO Pack to add unique title tags to searched pages from a database that are framed in a page?
I have a real estate website http://www.locatehome.com/ and I use the flexmls® IDX Plugin plug-in (http://wordpress.org/plugins/flexmls-idx/) to pull search results from our Multiple Listing service using the “Quick Search” widget in addition to saved search links to show the results of pre-set searches, such as all homes for in a particular city. Both are viewable in the left sidebar of my home page. For instance, the link for homes in Fargo brings up the results in this page:
Google indexes the pages, but since the results show up framed, Google Webmaster Tools shows hundreds of duplicate page titles and meta descriptions. I’ve tried deleting the title of the page, but even so, it shows up with a vertical pipe (|) in the title tag, so it would still show duplicates on all search results.
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