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Re: creating meta tags from wmlrc variables

On Sun, Dec 09, 2001 at 02:29:00PM -0500, Louis LeBlanc wrote:
> I don't know if anyone else is on this list, but here goes.

There are ;)

> I'm trying to set up a series of meta tags for a site.
> Right now, I'm defining them in the site root .wmlrc file as follows:
> -D PR_REVISIT-AFTER="30 days"
> etc.
> What I want to do is construct a meta tag for each one as follows:
> <meta name=distribution content="Global">
> <meta name="revisit-after" content="30 days">
> <meta name="robots" Content="ALL">

  <meta name=distribution content="$(PR_DISTRIBUTION)">
  <meta name="revisit-after" content="$(PR_ROBOTS)">
  <meta name="robots" Content="$(PR_REVISIT-AFTER)">

> You probably get the picture.  How do I turn these into headers?
> If there is a better way to define the header values, or if this is
> the proper way, I'd be interested in knowing.

The proper way is to define a template file for all pages.  Then you
may either hardcode these values into this template, or put them in
a global .wmlrc file as you did.

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