- Adding SEO tags
- Site Settings
- Image Lazy Load
- Disable Open Graph
- Page Settings
SEO Settings Overview
SEO stands for search engine optimization, a digital marketing strategy that focuses on your website's presence in search results on search engines like Google and others.
Adding SEO Tags
Add the desired information in the Site Settings > SEO Tab. It can be accessed from the top bar Theme menu or directly using the gear icon in the top right corner.
Here you can enter the Default Keywords and Default Description used for the whole site.
Also, here you can select two options, which are Image Lazy Loading and Disable Open Graph.
Image Lazy Loading
Image Lazy Loading is the practice of delaying load or initialization of resources or objects until they are needed to improve performance and save system resources. Lazy loading a webpage reduces page weight, allowing for a quicker page load time.
Disable Open Graph
This option allows disabling the Open Graph tags. You can read more about Open Graph tags and how to set them in the Social Share Settings article.
Add the desired information in The Page Settings >> SEO tab. You can access those from the Page Properties in the Property Panel.
Here you can add the desired Title and Description. The Advanced settings allow you to specify the Canonical tag for this page also custom Keywords needed for this page only.
The additional checkbox "Don't show the page in search results" will make the search engines ignore this page when indexing your site. Also, at the top of this window, you can preview the page in the search results with the data you have entered.