#Note for developers
Modern development tends to prefer single page applications. Not only because it's more convenient for developers, it reduces server costs and provides blazing-fast browsing experience. But despite the fact how fast browser-side page routing is, it doesn't have much value if we want to do get into search systems. Next.js solves that problem with its hybrid applications and Incremental Static Regeneration. That's how in Cromwell CMS we can serve static HTML files for every page even with its Plugins allowing SEO to work as in any other Wordpress-like CMS.
We have support for major meta-tags (although it may depend on Theme implementation):
<meta property="og:title" />
<meta name="description" />
<meta property="og:description" />
<meta name="keywords" />
<meta property="og:url" />
<meta property="og:image" />
Title and description for single pages can be modified in Theme editor. There also you can add your custom HTML with additional meta tags for a page.
For dynamic pages like:
product/[name] you can edit content of tags along with other data. For example,
/admin/product/1 page has
Meta title and
Meta description fields.
og:image is usually taken from the main picture of a post, or first image of a product.
#Sitemap and robots.txt
Both files are generated automatically after CMS installation.
You can edit content of robots.txt in Admin panel > Settings > SEO. It should have a link to generated sitemap by default. But you can upload your custom Sitemap in the File manager (Media) and change the link.
Default Sitemap is generated and updated once a day. It uses Theme's pages with info from DB, so all available products, posts, etc should be included in it.
After you create a new product/post, it won't be displayed in the sitemap immediately. If you want newly added data to appear in it right away, there's
Rebuild Sitemap button in SEO Settings.