- Django-Meta is a pluggable Django app that allows developers to easily add meta tags and OpenGraph,
- Twitter, and Schema.org properties to their HTML responses.
By adding these tags to their pages, developers can improve the way their pages are displayed in search engine results and on social media platforms.
INCOMPATIBLE CHANGE: as of version 2.0 django-meta has no longer supports Google+, basic Schema.org support has been introduced.
3.2 to 4.2 (newer versions might work but are not tested yet)
Python 3.9 to 3.11
Django-Meta supports a wide range of meta tags, including:
- Google Analytics
- Open Graph (OG) tags
- Twitter Cards
- Schema.org properties
To add meta tags to your pages using Django-Meta, you can use the provided template tags or use the view-method and model-method interface to provide and handle meta information.
django-meta provides a view-method and model-method interface to provide and handle meta informations
For more details check documentation.
By default, Django-Meta is designed to work with HTML responses.
However, it can also be configured to work with non-HTML responses, such as JSON or XML.
To do this, you can define your own meta classes and register them with the django-meta app.
django-meta has been started by Branko Vukelic.
Current maintainer: Iacopo Spalletti
AUTHORS file for the complete list of contributors
Please report all bugs to our Github issue tracker.