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wpForo 1.x.x [Solved] Editing page meta title tag - Filter? Method?

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sc89me
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Is there a way when on the URLs such as: 

/forum/recent/?view=no-replies

To change the page title tags from "Recent Posts" to something else to make it so they reflect page content better?

Obviously a filter or other method would do where I can check the $_GET var for "view" then use a switch case to decide what titles would be would be best as it lets me change this for all the various views available without editing plugin core.

 

wpForo Version
1.9.9.1
WordPress Version
5.8.3
7.4
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Robert
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Hi @sc89me,

You can use the 'wpforo_seo_recent_posts_title' hook. The hook is located in /wp-content/plugins/wpforo/wpf-includes/wpf-hooks.php

elseif( $template == 'recent' ){
$wpfpaged = ( isset($_GET['wpfpaged']) && $_GET['wpfpaged'] > 1 ) ? ' - ' . wpforo_phrase( 'page', false) . ' ' . $_GET['wpfpaged'] .' ' : '';
$view = wpfval($_GET, 'view');
if( $view == 'unread'){
$main_title = wpforo_phrase( 'Unread Posts', false);
} elseif( $view == 'prefix' ){
$main_title = wpforo_phrase( 'Topic Prefix', false);
} else {
$main_title = wpforo_phrase( 'Recent Posts', false);
}
$meta_title = array( $main_title . $wpfpaged, WPF()->general_options['title']);
$meta_title = apply_filters('wpforo_seo_recent_posts_title', $meta_title);
}
sc89me
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Thanks this is what I was looking for!