Hello,
Our website www.cakecraft.co.uk is up and running and we are looking at getting some seo work done to it.
We are struggling in trying to get any form of description / text in the top of our categories, we cannot seem to see where to place this.
If you look at this page: http://www.cakecraft.co.uk/departments/cakes we are trying to insert some rich text below the word "CAKE" that our customers can read. Can someone give us an idea of where / how we can do this?
The other issue we cannot get to grips with, is getting relevant meta information like description, title and keywords inserted in the back end. We have tried but somewhere it seems to be overidden. We know we have a Metatag module installed (by the designer) but cannot find any information on how to implement or make this work better than it currently is, at present it is pulling site names, attributes etc which are not what we are looking for it to display in any meta.
It seems that any meta data is being pulled by "nodes" which to be honest are not relevant enough for us.
Any help would be appreciated.

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Jaypan’s picture

We are struggling in trying to get any form of description / text in the top of our categories, we cannot seem to see where to place this.
If you look at this page: http://www.cakecraft.co.uk/departments/cakes we are trying to insert some rich text below the word "CAKE" that our customers can read. Can someone give us an idea of where / how we can do this?

In Drupal there are always 10 ways to do anything. One way to create a block, and put that block in the same region as your content, setting it to only display on the path in question. Put your text/html in the block. As this could result in a lot of blocks (one for each category), you may want to enable the php filter (if not already), and choose an input format that has the php filter enabled, and do something like this:

switch(current_path())
{
  case 'departments/cakes':
    return "<p>Hungry for cake? We'll even deliver to outer space! (coming soon)</p>";
  case 'departments/cookies':
    return "<p>With our patented process, we've created a cake that looks like a cookie</p>";
// ... and so on
}

Then, for the visibility of the block, set it to show only on the paths you provide, and enter all of the paths from the above section.

Edit: I just re-read your original post, and I see that you didn't build the site, but are the site owner. In this case, please be careful with what I've told you above. You can easily break your site if you do it wrongly. Take a backup of the database before you do anything.

You would actually be best off having the person who built the site set up some kind of UI for this, so that you can do it through an admin page. I wouldn't recommend playing around with my above method yourself.

bridge32’s picture

Thanks Jaypan,
Ill forward this on to the designers,
Thanks for your time.