Support » Theme: Clean Retina » sitname missing in title & meta tag

  • rbfly

    (@rbfly)


    Hi,
    since I use Clean Retina theme I’ve noticed that my webadres missing in the title tag. According to SEO Yoast plugin, it should be like this:
    Vision SPEED wading jacket | rbflyfishing.com

    But on my side is missing sitname and it looks that way:
    Vision SPEED wading jacket |

    I’ve checked the SEO settings and they are the same as before. I wonder could it be that something from the Clean Retina theme affects and makes the problem?
    Has anyone encountered the same problem or have any suggestions how I can solve it.
    Thanks!!

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  • reversiblean

    (@reversiblean)

    Similar problem here. I just can’t locate the title tag that looks something like this..
    <title><?php bloginfo('name'); ?><?php wp_title(); ?></title>

    Isn’t that supposed to be in the header.php?

    This might be the cause of the WP SEO not being able to work properly.

    Just adding a custom meta title to homepage instead of displaying WordPress title will do it for me.

    rbfly

    (@rbfly)

    hey,
    thanks for the help. can you describe where exactly have you written code?
    Is it in the header.php or header-extensions.php?
    Regards

    rbfly

    (@rbfly)

    I found the problem.
    My website’s logo is jpg. image instead title written with words. When I write the title in the “Settings – title for the website”, then shows the web page name correctly. Now I hope I can be with the new CSS rule to hide title.
    Anyone who might have any suggestions how I can write my own css? 🙂

    Moderator Andrew Nevins

    (@anevins)

    Forum moderator

    Use CSS text indent
    http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/pr_text_text-indent.asp

    That’s a common technique adopted by many industry giants like Facebook.

    rbfly

    (@rbfly)

    hello again 🙂
    I have solved the problem so I moved the title with CSS rule

    # site-title {
    position: absolute;
    left: 10000px;
    }

    I do not know if there are good ways and will work on any browser, but right now firefox is OK.
    Thanks for help

    I figured it out. You have to add the line you mentioned above to the file loop-meta.php

    Here is where i added it in the file:

    <?php if ( is_category() ) : ?>      
    
    <div id="loop-meta">
      <h1 class="loop-meta-title"><?php printf( __( 'Category Archives: %s', 'retina' ), '<span>' . ucwords( strtolower ( single_cat_title( '', false ) ) ) . '</span>' ); ?></h1>
      <div class="loop-meta-description"><?php echo category_description(); ?></div>
    </div> <!-- end #loop-meta -->
    
    <?php elseif ( is_tag() ) : ?>
    
    <title><?php bloginfo('name'); ?><?php wp_title(); ?></title>
    
    <div id="loop-meta">
      <h1 class="loop-meta-title"><?php printf( __( 'Tag Archives: %s', 'retina' ), '<span>' . ucwords( strtolower ( single_tag_title( '', false ) ) ) . '</span>' ); ?></h1>
      <div class="loop-meta-description"><?php echo tag_description(); ?></div>
    </div> <!-- end #loop-meta -->

    Adding the code to the above file will include the title and tagline in the meta tags unless you leave them blank under settings.

    WPyogi

    (@wpyogi)

    Forum Moderator

    Do be aware that any changes you make to theme files will be lost when the theme is updated. It’s generally advisable to make such changes in a Child Theme

    http://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes

    Thanks for the info. WPyogi :} there are endless things for me to learn!!

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