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Thursday, 13 April 2017 12:19 EEST
 Hello,
you write in the changelog of your update to 3.7.1.
"Fixed bug where the site title was not displayed in Minitek Wall menu items, if the parameter was enabled in Global configuration."

But after i update to 3.7.1. i have exactly these problem.

Before update to 3.7.1 these are the meta data of some article of my site:

<meta name="keywords" content="Ernährung, Ei, Eiweiß, Protein, Cholesterin" />
<meta name="author" content="Thomas Bauer (HDsports)" />
<meta name="description" content="Eier gelten im Volksmund als Cholesterinbomben und, wer ein zu hohes Cholesterin hat, soll vor allem mal auf Eier verzichten." />

<title>Technical Support Tickets</title>

link: http://www.hdsports.at/ernaehrung/das-ei-cholesterinbombe-oder-wertvolles-lebensmittel

after update the meta data of the articles are changed
<meta name="keywords" content="Ernährung, Essen, Trinken, Abnehmen, Laufen, Laufsport" />
<meta name="author" content="Thomas Bauer (HDsports)" />
<meta name="description" content="Alles zum Thema Ernährung im Ausdauersport" />

<title>Technical Support Tickets</title>


But this is the meta data of my Menu Item and not of the article - so thats totally false and a big problem for SEO.

Actually i have deactivated Minitek Wall, because it destroyed all my meta data
Tom
Thursday, 13 April 2017 16:53 EEST
Hello,

I can't replicate this issue on my end. Please send me all required info as described in the support guidelines.

Also, I need to know how exactly are you displaying the widget (menu item or module?).

I also need a specific link with the extension published where I can see the problem.
Yannis
Support Team
Thursday, 13 April 2017 16:59 EEST
Hello Yannis.
I used the widget as module. I tried many things with the settings, but nothing with a solution.

i used it on www.HDsports.at but actually i had disabled the component because activating Minitek Wall is actually very, very bad for SEO

i can give you access to backend if you need it.
Tom
Thursday, 13 April 2017 20:02 EEST
So, if I understand correctly, when you enable the module inside an article, the module replaces the article metadata with the menu item meta data?

What type of menu item is it?

I need admin access so that I can see your exact configuration.
Yannis
Support Team
Thursday, 13 April 2017 20:03 EEST
PS. It would be better to open a new private ticket so that you can send private data.
Yannis
Support Team
Friday, 14 April 2017 11:14 EEST
i enabled the minitek modules at my sidebar (not inside an article)
but yes when i use mintek wall modules they replaced the article metadata with the menu meta data

menu = blog category

i will send you admin access
Tom
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