This section is for adding your site descriptions to assist search engines in finding your site.
Your site identity encompasses your site name, page meta title, page meta description, page headline, and logo description.
Site Name: This is the title that will appear on your CommonAccess Pro site. You'll see it change in your live editor on the right.
Page Meta Title: This is what will appear in the title of search engine results for this page's listing
Page Meta Description: This is what will appear in the description of the search engine results for this page's listing
Page Headline: like the title of an article the page headline is used to entice viewers to stay on your page. For CommonAccess Pro, the page headline is your company name so visually impaired users can use screen reader technology to be read the company name.
Logo Description: a description of what your logo is in 125 characters or less so visually impaired users can get a mental image of your logo. These photo descriptions are also commonly referred to as "alt tags" or alternative text because it is an alternative to the image of the logo and it is text-based.
Foot Home Link: a link to your website so users can be redirected to your non-accessible site
And with that you've optimized your accessible site for search so people can find it better.