almondblossom said 1 year, 12 months ago:
None of the meta tags I’ve managed include this phrase. It appears to be defaulting in from somewhere.
mike42 said 1 year, 12 months ago:
I’ve reviewed the issue, and that description is actually added by default to every WebSite Tonight site. Unfortunately, it’s not able to be removed.
However, it will not affect your Search Engine Optimization or rankings with search engines.
chnfchildrens said 10 months, 4 weeks ago:
No its not. You can change this and it is very easy. Do the following.
1: Go on Website Tonight
2: Click on Design Site
3: Click on Properties
4: Click on Meta Data
Now where it says Custom Meta Tags, it says name and content
On name put the following:
On content put what ever you want the site to say
* You have the option of using this custom meta tag for all your pages.
To have the same thumbnail picture, put the following
On Name put the following:
On Content put the link of the picture you want to use (preferably not from a Website Tonight Album). I tried using a picture from the Website Tonight album and it did not work for me.