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@canrau/gatsby-plugin-react-head

WARNING: The whitelist option introduced in react-head@next is not working properly at least not using the below mentioned whitelist.

Please check my PR#84 over at react-head if you’re interested in the details.

This plugin sets up react-head with server-rendering for you.

More about thread-safe meta tag management with react-head

Install

npm install --save react-head@next @canrau/gatsby-plugin-react-head

Note

@canrau/gatsby-plugin-react-head depends on react-head!
To use the new whitelist feature you have to specifically install react-head@next as shown above, the whitelist option hasn’t been merged into the main release so far as it’s still a proof of concept.

The un-namespaced version gatsby-plugin-react-head doesn’t support the whitelist option.

Configuration

Add the plugin to your gatsby-config.js.

module.exports = {
  plugins: [
    {
      resolve: `@canrau/gatsby-plugin-react-head`,
      // optional options
      options: {
        // an array of whitelisted tags to disable `[data-rh]` attribute for them
        whitelist: [
          `title`,
          `[name="description"]`,
          `[property^="og:"]`,
          `[property^="fb:"]`,
        ],
      },
    },
  ],
}

Usage

import * as React from 'react';
import { Title, Link, Meta } from 'react-head';

const App = () => (
  <>
    <Title>GaiAma.org</Title>
    <Link rel="canonical" content="http://www.gaiama.org/" />
    <Meta name="description" content="Protecting Amazonian rainforest in Peru" />
    // ...
  </>
);

License

MIT © Can Rau

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