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README.md

Active Admin Seo

Add friendly_id and SEO meta fields to your ActiveAdmin resources. This version is compatible with ActiveAdmin 1.0.x, for the old 0.6.x release see 0-6-stable branch.

⚠️ Unmaintained ⚠️

Sorry, but I no longer work on ActiveAdmin often enough to justify mantaining this gem. Take it as it is. If you are interested to update and maintain the gem, please let me know! ❤️

Installation

Gemfile:

gem 'activeadmin-seo', github: 'nebirhos/activeadmin-seo', branch: 'master'
gem "activeadmin-dragonfly", github: "stefanoverna/activeadmin-dragonfly"

Install and migrate:

rake activeadmin_seo:install:migrations
rake db:migrate

Usage

app/models/page.rb:

class Page < ActiveRecord::Base
  attr_accessible :title, :content
  has_seo_meta :title
end

app/admin/page.rb:

ActiveAdmin.register Page do
  form do |f|
    # ...
    f.seo_meta_inputs
    # ...
  end
end

Model options

Default options:

has_seo_meta :field, tree: false, as: nil

Assign a role for editing Meta:

has_seo_meta :field, as: :admin

Adds url helper methods (see Nested Routes Handling below):

has_seo_meta :field, nested: true

Skips friendly_id configuration (just use the seo_meta fields):

has_seo_meta skip_friendly_id: true

Form helper options

Default options:

f.seo_meta_inputs slug_url_prefix: nil, open_graph_metas: false, basic_metas: false

Include all basic metas fields (title/description/keywords) and all open graph metas fields (title/type/url/image):

f.seo_meta_inputs basic_metas: true, open_graph_metas: true

Include only basic metas title/description fields and open graph meta title/image fields:

f.seo_meta_inputs basic_metas: [:title, :description],
                  open_graph_metas: [:title, :image]

f.seo_meta_inputs basic_metas: ['title', 'description'],
                  open_graph_metas: ['title', 'image']

f.seo_meta_inputs basic_metas: {
                    title: true,
                    description: true
                  },
                  open_graph_metas: {
                    title: true,
                    image: true
                  }

And if you skipped friendly_id options:

f.seo_meta_inputs basic_metas: true, slug: false

View Helpers

Render the tags in a view with seo_meta_tags. This method accepts any number of seo_meta and a optial hash with default values:

<%= seo_meta_tags(@page.seo_meta, @settings.seo_meta, title: "Something") %>

In this example it will lookup for all non-empty meta tags in @page.seo_meta, then in @settings.seo_meta, and finally if nothing is found :title value will be used.

Nested Routes Handling

Often you need to route objects organized as a tree (eg. a Page resource). To simplify the routes management ActiveAdmin Seo provides these methods:

app/controllers/pages_controller.rb:

def show
  @page = Page.find_by_url params[:url]
  render text: @page.url # "/path/to/my/page"
end

config/routes.rb:

get "*url" => "pages#show", constraints: ActiveAdmin::Seo::Routes.new(Page)

So a request to "/about/page" finds the page with slug "page" and parent slug "about", but a request to "/about/non-existent/page" renders a 404 error without calling the controller.

Globalize3

You can use it with activeadmin-globalize3, just put the directive in the active_admin_translates block:

app/models/page.rb:

class Page < ActiveRecord::Base
  active_admin_translates :title, :content do
    has_seo_meta :title
  end
end

app/admin/page.rb:

ActiveAdmin.register Page do
  form do |f|
    # ...
    f.translated_inputs do |t|
      t.input :title
      t.input :content
      # ...
      t.seo_meta_inputs
    end
    # ...
  end
end

Copyright

Copyright (c) 2012-2014 Francesco Disperati, Cantiere Creativo See the file MIT-LICENSE for details.