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hi!

I was wondering where forum.page.metatag.keywords and forum.page.metatag.description were used?

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They are used in the file header.htm, which is the base template for JForum

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thanks for the reply Rafael,
but I still can't find metaKeywords (2.1.7 and 2.1.8 )

context.put("metaKeywords", SystemGlobals.getValue(ConfigKeys.FORUM_PAGE_METATAG_KEYWORDS));


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You can add these two lines yourself in the header.htm:

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