wp_title not behaving as expected on full-width pages.

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  • #6384
    squashai
    Participant

    Hi,

    I’m trying to set up a simple site with a landing page whose title is the blog name and description, a blog page whose title is “Blog” and the blog name, and the other pages whose titles are the_title(), or just the titles of the page and the blog name.

    So far, I have managed to achieve this with some messy php, but the Blog page does not behave right — though under the page selection, I have use “Blog” as its template, it does not change its title according to the is_page_template(‘template-blog.php’) as seen below:

    http://pastebin.com/E8uc4Xr1

    Instead of showing the title on the blog page as “Blog | SiteName”, it shows up as “LatestBlogPost | Site Name”, which I’d only like it to do on the individual post’s page.

    So, I’ve reverted to simply using wp_title, but that includes the blog description on the blog page, which I don’t want to do.

    In addition, the blog name and description do not appear on the other pages, only something like:

    “Page Name” |

    Where “|” is the separator.

    How can I get the title to be different on the Blog page? I love this theme, but this little detail is annoying me. I can’t figure out how to detect that I’m on the main blog page, or better yet, how to modify the behavior of wp_title().

    Thanks!

    • This topic was modified 9 years, 3 months ago by squashai. Reason: Code was lost; pastebin link added
    #6464
    Daniel Tara
    Keymaster

    Try using a plugin like WordPress SEO by Yoast to handle the title tag.

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