• Resolved jholmesnoodle

    (@jholmesnoodle)


    Hi,

    I’m exporting data from a CMS into WordPress. Using an API. I’m already importing content and setting the Featured Image by leveraging the data in the CMS and API (sets the featured image programmatically). I need to import stored SEO data in that CMS directly into the meta keys (“postmeta” table) used by RankMath for the following fields/meta HTML tags:

    • meta TITLE
    • opengraph Facebook image
    • opengraph Twitter image

    From doing some Google research, I know that the plugin refers to the “rank_math_description” meta key to populate the meta DESCRIPTION HTML tag for a blog post. However, I haven’t been able to find the other meta keys. Is there a page somewhere that, or could someone from RankMath support, tell me which meta keys the plugin refers to for populating the items in the bulletpoints?

    Thank you.

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  • Plugin Support Rank Math Support

    (@rankmathteam)

    Hello @jholmesnoodle,

    Thank you so much for getting in touch.

    This is the meta key we used to save the title and description for Rank Math:
    rank_math_title
    rank_math_description

    If you wish to work with our social meta, you may refer to the meta keys below:
    OpenGraph title: rank_math_facebook_title
    OpenGraph description: rank_math_facebook_description
    OpenGraph Image: rank_math_facebook_image

    Twitter Title: rank_math_twitter_title
    Twitter Description: rank_math_twitter_description
    Twitter Image: rank_math_facebook_image

    Hope that helps and please do not hesitate to let us know if you need our assistance with anything else.

    Thread Starter jholmesnoodle

    (@jholmesnoodle)

    Thanks!

    Regarding the image meta keys (ex: “rank_math_facebook_image”), which values are stored: the image attachment URL, or the image attachment ID?

    • This reply was modified 9 months, 3 weeks ago by jholmesnoodle.
    Plugin Support Rank Math Support

    (@rankmathteam)

    Hello @jholmesnoodle,

    That field stores the actual image URL on your WordPress installation.

    Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any other questions.

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