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    <p>Estoy siguiendo el manual Seo para principiantes pero en el tercer paso en mi header no encuentro la etiqueta &lt;title&gt; para realizar lo que decís,supongo que tiene que ver con mi theme "atualpha" en el que las configuraciones son aparte.<br />
    Me podrías ayudar a configurar el SEO, de mi theme os pego las opciones de Seo.</p>
    <p>Use Bytes For All SEO options?<br />
    Default: No<br />
    Leave this at "No" if you’re using ANY SEO plugin such as "All-in-one-SEO", or any plugin that deals with meta tags in some way. If both a SEO plugin and Atahualpa’s SEO functions are activated, the meta tags of your site may get messed up, which might affect your search engine rankings. </p>
    <p>If you leave this at "No", the next SEO options (except the last one, "Nofollow RSS…") will become obsolete, you may just skip them. </p>
    <p>Note: Even if you set this to "Yes", the SEO functions listed below (except "Nofollow RSS…" and "Make Post Titles H1") will NOT be activated IF Atahualpa recognizes that a SEO plugin is activated.<br />
    Homepage Meta DescriptionType 1-3 sentences, about 20-30 words total. Will be used as Meta Description for (only) the homepage. If left blank, no Meta Description will be added to the homepage.</p>
    <p>HTML: No<br />
    Single and double quotes: Yes</p>
    <p>Default: blank<br />
    Homepage Meta KeywordsType 5-30 words or phrases, separated by comma. Will be used as the Meta Keywords for (only) the homepage. If left blank, no Meta Keywords will be added to the homepage.</p>
    <p>HTML: No<br />
    Single and double quotes: Technically, Yes, but search engines might object to it. Probably better to avoid quotes here.</p>
    <p>Default: blank<br />
    Meta Title Tag format<br />
    Default: Page Title – Blog Title<br />
    Show the blog title in front of or after the page title, in the meta title tag of every page? Or, show only the page title?<br />
    Meta Title Tag Separator<br />
    Default: 1<br />
    If you chose to include the blog title in the meta title (the option above), choose here what to put between the page and the blog title (or vice versa):</p>
    <p>1 « 2 » 3 : 4: 5 &gt; 6 &lt; 7 – </p>
    <p>8‹ 9› 10• 11 • 12 — 13 |<br />
    Noindex Date Archive Pages?<br />
    Default: No<br />
    Include meta tag "noindex, follow" into date based archive pages? The purpose is to keep search engines from spidering duplicate content from your site.<br />
    Noindex Category pages?<br />
    Default: No<br />
    Include meta tag "noindex, follow" into category pages? Same purpose as above.<br />
    Noindex Tag pages?<br />
    Default: No<br />
    Include meta tag "noindex, follow" into tag pages? Same purpose as above.<br />
    Make Post/Page Titles H1?<br />
    Default: Yes<br />
    Make the Post/Page Titles H1 instead of H2, and the blog title H2 instead of H1, on Single Post Pages and static "Page" pages?<br />
    This gives the actual content more weight on their dedicated pages and downplays the weight of the blog title. On all multi post pages (such as homepage, category pages, etc.), the post titles will still be H2 and the blog title will be H1.<br />
    Nofollow RSS, trackback &amp; admin links?<br />
    Default: No<br />
    Make RSS, trackback &amp; admin links "nofollow"? Same purpose as above.</p>
    <p>GRacias por vuestra ayuda.<br />
    Mi blogmi blog
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