Metadata is information about the page showing. It can be information to decide who the editor of a page is, or width and height of an image in the image archive.
A metadata field consists of two parts: a definition and an associated value for each page.
On the tab Metadata you can see the metadata that are set up on the website:
Through this button existing settings for a definition can be changed. You can only change definitions that are added on the current page. If you want to change a definition that is inherited (the description has a grey color) you have to do this on the page where the definition was added. Most definitions are added on the website (the start page).
Removes a definition and all associated values.
At the bottom you can see two additional icons:
If the checkbox is ticked metadata fields configured on pages situated above the current page are included as well. If you would like to brake the inheritance you uncheck this box. Then the only metadata definitions that will show are the ones set up on the page.
You can add a new metadata field on the current page by clicking this icon.
Metadata has to be published to appear online.
By clicking this icon you can sort existing metadata fields. A new window will open where all metadata fields will appear. Highlight desired metadata field and use up/down arrow to change the order of the sorting.
It is only the users who have the permission to Manage metadata definitions who can add, remove and change existing metadata definitions.
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