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    Default METATAGS_DIVIDER - is there a issue on PHP Version: 5.6.15 (Zend: 2.6.0) ?

    This is not working for me at modules/meta_tags.php

    if (!defined('METATAGS_DIVIDER')) define('METATAGS_DIVIDER', ', ');

    No comma is added to the keywords . Only way I can do this is to replace the METATAGS_DIVIDER with ', ' at :

    while (!$keywords_metatags->EOF) {
    $keywords_string_metatags .= zen_clean_html($keywords_metatags->fields['categories_name']) .', ';
    $keywords_metatags->MoveNext();
    }

    Not sure is this is related to the php version... and in fact I can live quite well changing this, but just for curiosity .... I wonder

    Tahnks.
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    Default Re: METATAGS_DIVIDER - is there a issue on PHP Version: 5.6.15 (Zend: 2.6.0) ?

    That's because the constant META_TAGS_DIVIDER has already been defined ... by the previous loading of /includes/languages/english{/YOUR_TEMPLATE}/meta_tags.php.

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    Default Re: METATAGS_DIVIDER - is there a issue on PHP Version: 5.6.15 (Zend: 2.6.0) ?

    Thanks
    If check both files, the default languages/LANG/meta_tags and the "overwritten" file, and both of them the
    define('METATAGS_DIVIDER', ' ');

    is just a space.

    the define('TERTIARY_SECTION', ', '); is a comma.
    So I guess I have to change the keywords separator to this one.

    Thanks
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    Default Re: METATAGS_DIVIDER - is there a issue on PHP Version: 5.6.15 (Zend: 2.6.0) ?

    Quote Originally Posted by mesnitu View Post
    Thanks
    If check both files, the default languages/LANG/meta_tags and the "overwritten" file, and both of them the
    define('METATAGS_DIVIDER', ' ');

    is just a space.

    the define('TERTIARY_SECTION', ', '); is a comma.
    So I guess I have to change the keywords separator to this one.

    Thanks
    mesnitu, I know you like to do some things the hard way, but if you change the divider from META_TAGS_DIVIDER to TERTIARY_SECTION then when you later decide to change the value of TERTIARY_SECTION because it is not what you want, you will find (if you look) that now your original problem (using a space instead of a comma) is now a new problem and using whatever TERTIARY_SECTION was changed to...

    META_TAGS_DIVIDER as just pointed out is first defined in the language files and then made sure to be defined in the current module file so that at least everything doesn't get squished together.

    It would be advisable instead to just define METATAGS_DIVIDER in the applicable language(s) and template override(s) to fit your needs..
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    Default Re: METATAGS_DIVIDER - is there a issue on PHP Version: 5.6.15 (Zend: 2.6.0) ?

    Quote Originally Posted by mc12345678 View Post
    mesnitu, I know you like to do some things the hard way
    Yeap, the story of my life !

    ok, thanks for the advice. I've never even notice that the META_TAGS_DIVIDER was define to be a empty space. Makes no sense to me to be use for a keyword divider.
    Got to check all this. All I need it's commas in the keywords.
    But now it's very hot, and my brain hurts as monthy python said.

    Thanks
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