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Filter Specific Content extension allows you to add a lot of filter specific content to pages powered by any of MANAdev layered extensions (and actually free version, Multiple Select In Layered Navigation (Filters) is included). Below is a list of places where you can put this content:
Headings. You can customize page headings:
Page title (<h1> element)
You can also add subtitle which is displayed right after page title (by default it is disaplayed as <h2> element).
Descriptions. You can add filter specific description below category description and you can even alter category description based on which filters are currently applied.
Meta data. You can modify page meta data important for search engine rankings:
Page meta title (displayed in browser's tab caption)
Meta keywords and meta description
Exclude pages filtered by certain options from crawling (robots meta tag).
How It Works
In general, filter content is injected in 4 simple steps:
Initial assignment. Initially default page content (which would be served without this extension) is put into a list of content variables.
Modification based on currently applied filters. One or more filter content rules are processed based on currently applied filters. These rules modify content variables.
Final modification. Final content rule is processed which renders currently applied filters.
Injection. All content variables are injected in relevant places all over the page.
All of these features can be configured globally for the whole Magento installation and can be further tailored for each individual filter, for each store view.