Instructions

Last updated on
15 February 2017

When you click on the Wysiwyg button a for will appear and you can configure:

  • Metatag - Add individual metatags to each page.
    When you click on the Wysiwyg Metatag button, a new page break will be added, a popup will be displayed and you can configure the metatags for that specific page.
  • Url - Allow you to specify the Fragment Url to an anchor on the page.
    When you click on the Wysiwyg Url button, a popup will be displayed and you can configure the Fragment Url for that specific page.

Compatible modules

Requirements

Installation

Copy the module directory in to your Drupal: /sites/all/modules directory as usual.
Enable the Wysiwyg Smart Paging SEO

Download a Wysiwyg editor, for example TinyMCE (http://cloud.github.com/downloads/tinymce/tinymce/tinymce_3.4.9.zip) and put into the libraries folder, it will look like this:

Configuration

Go to Configuration > Content Authoring > Wysiwyg profiles (/admin/config/content/wysiwyg)

Choose TinyMCE as editor for each Text format and click Save

Edit each Text format, enable Smart Paging SEO under SHOWBUTTONS AND PLUGINS

***IMPORTANT*** make sure Smart Paging is not ticked

Go to Configuration > Content Authoring > Text formats (/admin/config/content/formats).

Edit the text formats and make sure that the Enabled filters look like this

Using it

  • Create a new article (/node/add/article)
  • Insert some paragraphs
  • Click on the place you want to add the page break
  • Click on the Wysiwyg Smart Paging Seo button
  • Configure the metatags, you can use tokens too.
  • Configure the Fragment Url.
  • Save the Article

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