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I need your WordPress help with two problems on the SWIFT theme

If you’ve read this blog for any amount of time, you know I’m all about helping others and adding value to the lives of my readers.

Today is the day I ask you for your help. If you know the answer to the following question, please leave a comment below. If you don’t know the answer to the question, please share this post with those in your social networks. I really would appreciate it.

Oh, and before you ask, “No, I have not found anything about this on the SWIFT theme forum and I cannot at this time afford to join the forum which I think is $59.00 to become a member with posting privileges.

Here are the problem I need fixed on my PizzaSpotz.com website.

I am using the SWIFT theme and have the reading settings set to “show latest posts.”

I do not know how to configure the site so I can use the meta description for the blog so it doesn’t show the following in Google search results when someone searches “pizza blog”:


I want to have an accurate description of the site show up in Google, not a bunch of jibberish. I also want the date to disappear.

A second thing I would like to accomplish is getting rid of the word archive which shows up in the Google search results:


I have looked in every single theme file except for ones like “comments” and “footer” which obviously wouldn’t include that code I need to change. I’ve found nothing. Only in the header file did I find the word “Archive.” as a text that could be modified.

I am looking to remove the word “archive” in case I can’t get the first problem fixed. This way, I’ll just begin promoting my site with the PizzaSpotz blog instead of the front page I now have. At least in that way I’ll have control over the description which shows up on Google.

Any help you can offer is greatly appreciated.




2 Responses to “I need your WordPress help with two problems on the SWIFT theme”

  1. install WordPress SEO plugin, and set meta description for your posts.

    Posted by Satish Gandham | April 16, 2012, 12:15 am
    • Hi Satish. I’ve done that. It’s basically the way I have the site set up, I have latest posts and when I find my homepage (pizzaspotz.com) listed in Google, it just has portions of each blog post and descriptions of slider items in the Google description for the site.

      I do use wordpress SEO for each individual post.

      Posted by Brian | April 16, 2012, 2:21 pm

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