Adding Metadata to Drupal Nodes

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Adding Metadata to Drupal Nodes

This week’s tutorial explains how to add metadata to your Drupal site. By default, Drupal has no fields for metadata. Check the source code at http://drupal.org and you’ll see what I mean. To fix that issue, we recommend a module called Nodewords.
Installing Nodewords to Your Drupal Site

Step 1: Visit http://drupal.org/project/nodewords to download the latest version of “Nodewords”.
Step 3: Extract the files into a folders on your desktop. The folder will be called “nodewords”.
Step 4: Login to your site’s files via FTP and navigate to /sites/all/. If there isn’t a folder called /modules/ here, create one.
Step 5: Upload the “nodewords” folder to /sites/all/modules/
Step 6: Go to Administer >> Site building >> Modules. You’ll need to check only the first two of the four boxes if you’d like to add regular metadata:

Step 7: Go and create a new node. When you do, you should notice a new area labelled “Meta tags” and you’ll be able to add metadata to all your…


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