A tool for building seo rules in your Laravel projects

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v1.3.2 2014-11-19 17:15 UTC


A package for building seo rules in your Laravel projects. Manage with ease SEO meta tags (title, description, keywords, noindex) of your pages.


To install Seorules as a Composer package to be used with Laravel 4, simply add this to your composer.json:

"spescina/seorules": "dev-master"

and run composer update.

Once it's installed, you have to register the service provider. In app/config/app.php add the following line of code to the providers array:


If you want in app/config/app.php add the following line of code to the alias array

'Seo' => 'Spescina\Seorules\Facades\Seo'

Then, publish the config files with php artisan config:publish spescina/seorules.

The last thing to do is to run the startup migration with php artisan migrate --package="spescina/seorules".


Define your rules creating entries in the seorules database table

  • alias: system identificative name of the rule
  • route: name of the target route
  • pattern: regular expression for matching page url (used for targeting different pages on the same route)
  • priority: highest value come first
  • title: title tag
  • description: description meta tag
  • keywords: keywords meta tag
  • noindex: noindex meta tag
  alias: 'first',
  route: 'first.route',
  pattern: '',
  priority: 0,
  title: 'the first route title is [#_first_placeholder]',
  description: 'my first route description is [#_second_placeholder]',
  keywords: '[#_first_placeholder], [#_second_placeholder], laravel',
  noindex: 0
  alias: 'second',
  route: 'second.route',
  pattern: '',
  priority: 0,
  title: 'the second route title is [#_second_placeholder]',
  description: 'my second route description is empty',
  keywords: '[#_first_placeholder]',
  noindex: 1

Attach seorules.before filter to your target named routes (route groups are reccomended)

Route::group(array('before' => 'seorules.before'), function()
    Route::get('/first', array('as' => 'first.route', function(){
        //do things

    Route::get('/second', array('as' => 'second.route', function(){
        //do things

Manage your rules in your controllers or in your closures


Display prepared fields in your views

<title>{{ Seo::get('title') }}</title>
<meta name="description" content="{{ Seo::get('description') }}" />
<meta name="keywords" content="{{ Seo::get('keywords') }}" />
@if (Seo::get('noindex'))
<meta name="robots" content="noindex" />

Now you should have rendered this code when visiting /first (assuming both routes are prepared with same placeholder data)

<title>the first route title is Foo</title>
<meta name="description" content="my first route description is Bar" />
<meta name="keywords" content="Foo, Bar, laravel" />

and when visting /second

<title>the second route title is Bar</title>
<meta name="description" content="my second route description is empty" />
<meta name="keywords" content="Foo" />
<meta name="robots" content="noindex" />