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  • What is the standard way for wordpress users to add metadata keywords to each post? I would like to be able to add a list of keywords when I add a post, and then have this list show up in the header for the individual post as: <meta name=”keywords” lang=”en” content=”keyword 1, keyword 2, keyword 3, etc”>.
    I have searched, but have not found a standard function or plugin. I have also considered creating my own field and then coding this into the index.php in the correct spot, but this is a case where I would just rather follow the crowd than forge out on my own.
    Any suggestions?

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  • Mark (podz)

    (@podz)

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    podz thanks for that. I have been after that since we got started. It has all kinds of interesting applications.

    Complete newbie here, so bear with me on the detail. If I want to add metadata to each post can I:
    (I’m here: /wp-admin/post.php)
    1. Click the “Code” Quicktag
    2. Type: <meta name=”keywords” lang=”en” content=”keyword 1, keyword 2, keyword 3, etc”>
    3. Click the “Close Tags” Quicktag
    Can someone confirm this? Also, I’m not clear on the benefit of the get-custom plungin. Can someone explain in simple terms please? Thanks very much!

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