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[Resolved] Custom Page Title for type parent page.

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Last updated by selenas 5 years, 6 months ago.

Assigned support staff: selenas.


I have setup a site with the custom post type of "work". I want both the singular and plural form of these post types to just be "/work/".
Parent Page: /work/
Example Page: /work/example-work/

The above is fine so far, to get it to work I created a page on WordPress with the url of /work/ and assigned it a template of archive-work.php

It all works, as can be seen herE: hidden link
However, we have no control the meta title of the /work/ page, even using the plugin "all in one seo" plugin. How can it be achieved properly with types for the page (that is setup on WordPress) to control the meta title (wp_title) of /work/. Currently it just shows "work | mobo".


Hi Alex,

the meta-tag title is set by WordPress. At the moment Types has no control over it. I will forward this to our developers to consider including it in a future release.

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