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-*'''[[Debate:Year-round schooling|Year-round schooling]]''' - Are year-round schools a good idea? Should private and public schools adopt this model? - 6 Oct. 2008.+*'''[[Debate:Year-round schooling|Year-round schooling]]'''
-*'''[[Debate:$700 billion US economic bailout| $700 billion US economic bailout]]''' - Is/was the $700 billion bailout plan for the 2008 US financial crisis a good idea? - 29 Sept. 2008.+*'''[[Debate:$700 billion US economic bailout| $700 billion US economic bailout]]'''
-*'''[[Debate:Reforestation as a solution to global warming|Reforestation as a solution to global warming]]''' - Should reforestation be a central component of strategies to combat global warming? - 25 Sept. 2008.+*'''[[Debate:Reforestation as a solution to global warming|Reforestation as a solution to global warming]]'''
 +*'''[[Debate:Animal testing|Animal Testing]]'''

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Better SEO for Debatepedia

The SEO extension for MediaWiki is installed. The tag <seo> allows you to add titles, meta keywords, and meta descriptions to individual pages in this wiki. This helps search engines more accurately determine the content of a particular page. An example of it is used on this page. Below you'll find an explanation of how to use it.


Usage

When you enter

<seo title="word1,word2,..." metakeywords="word1,word2,..." metadescription="word1,word2,..." />

...or the shorter...

<seo title="word1,word2,..." metak="word1,word2,..." metad="word1,word2,..." />

in a wiki-article some words are added to the html title and meta headers. This makes SEO (search engine optimization) with MediaWiki easier.

For example, the above would become:

<title>Original title, word1,word2,...</title>         (the string ", word1,word2,..." is added)
<meta name="keywords" content="word1,word2,..." />     

(this is a new meta tag - existing metas are left untouched)

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