|Number of watchers on Github||646|
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|Average time to close an issue||25 days|
|Average time to merge a PR||5 days|
|Open pull requests||17+|
|Closed pull requests||22+|
|Last commit||over 1 year ago|
|Repo Created||about 4 years ago|
|Repo Last Updated||over 1 year ago|
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A Jekyll plugin to add metadata tags for search engines and social networks to better index and display your site's content.
Jekyll SEO Tag adds the following meta tags to your site:
While you could theoretically add the necessary metadata tags yourself, Jekyll SEO Tag provides a battle-tested template of crowdsourced best-practices.
Jekyll SEO tag is designed to output machine-readable metadata for search engines and social networks to index and display. If you're looking for something to analyze your Jekyll site's structure and content (e.g., more traditional SEO optimization), take a look at The Jekyll SEO Gem.
Jekyll SEO tag isn't designed to accommodate every possible use case. It should work for most site out of the box and without a laundry list of configuration options that serve only to confuse most users.
For more information, see:
site.data.authorsis properly formatted before attempting to retrieve author meta #227
gems:is deprecated in current Jekyll version of github-pages #230