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How to add meta description in Wordpress home page?

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posted Apr 21 by Arun Angadi
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Follow the following simple steps:
a. Go to page listing in admin section
b. Click on page for edit, which you have set as landing page.
c. Set the Meta Title, Meta description and Meta Keywords in same page
d. Click on "Update"
e. Refresh the home page and see effects.

answer Apr 26 by Kavyashree

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