There is a higher pr
iority ‘Title found on more than one page’ SEO checkpoint in Monsido
that highlights webpages with duplicate titles. Many times pages generated by Drupal Views will have duplicate titles and most of the pages in the Pharmacy site failing that checkpoint are caused by Views.
a Metatag: Views sub-module that ships with the main Metatags module
that can fix the issues be giving Views pages unqu
ie titles. A webpage title is the t
ext entered in the <title> tag, can be different from the main page <h1>, and isn’t always seen easily in all browsers. Internet Explorer 11 still shows the page title in the top of a window. The Metatag: Views sub-module allows you to set the page title independenly of the main <h1> heading.
In Views UI the Metatag: Views sub-module adds a new Meta tags area in you view where you can override the page title. Then in the Page Title field you can use tokens to give the views-generated page a unquie title. For example you could use:
Many times views generated pages will just use the View Title casing a lot of pages with duplicate tiles. Enabling the Metatag: Views sub-module and setting an override with tokens can fix the duplicate title SEO problem.
The Superfish module for Drupal 8 includes a multi-column option to create mega-menu style drop-down menus. Before installing the module be sure to download ver. 2.x of the Superfish library. Initially I had ver 1.x of the JS library and it didn’t have the styles for mega-menus.
‘.sf-multicolumn-column’ is one of the main mega-menu styles in superfish.css from ver. 2.x.
After installing the Superfish module I created a Superfish block in D8’s Block Layout area for my example site’s top-nav main-menu. In the Superfish main-menu block that I created I set the Start from depth to 1 and the to Levels to 2. See image.
Here are some other articles about using the Superfish module for mega-menus:
Creating a mega menu (multi column) as shown in the demo – From 2011.
Superfish Mega Mensu – From 2/18/13.
Caveat: It was noted that if a parent menu item does not contain any children it will break the Superfish columns layout.
How to create Drupal multi-column sub-menus (Megamenus) with Superfish – From 2013.
The ZT megamenu module is a another option for creating multi-column menus an has an alpha version for Drupal 8. I haven’t had the chance to evaluate this module yet. More site seem to be using Superfish so that method might be more standard.