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7th Service Expanded Italic truetype font

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7th Service Expanded Italic Italic free truetype font
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  • Name: 7th Service Expanded Italic
  • Version: 1
  • Type: Italic
  • Category: 7
  • Added: 2011-11-26
  • Views: 253
  • Downloads: 187

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Dede 2013-06-29 07:20 pm
unfortunately I don't think I'll be implementing this fiuntconality, as meta descriptions should be set to a specific length usually around 150 characters (as I believe that's the Google cutoff). One reason to possibly add this feature would be if the article intro was meant to be different and not displayed on the regular article page, and thus you wanted it as different information (to be displayed elsewhere on the site, as a teaser say, and also as the meta description). If that's the case, for now, my advice would simply be to copy that information into the meta description field for the article that's what it's there for, custom meta descriptions. SEOSimple is primarily a quickie solution to assure sites have relevant meta descriptions for custom meta descriptions not related to the text, Joomla has built-in fiuntconality to handle that.@John Comeskey: As always John, cheers for fielding the question.
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