If SEO by 10Web is not installed on your WP dashboard, go to your 10Web Dashboard and enable the SEO service. On your WordPress dashboard, hover over SEO by 10Web and select Meta information.
This page allows you to enable or disable meta information from your pages. When enabled, add meta information to any of the pages of your website.
You can choose to have placeholders. These are basic code that hold the place of the actual information that will be filled in later. For example, if you have the placeholder %%sitename%% for your Meta Title, this indicates that the name of your site will later take the place of the placeholder.
For this example let's use Post Types. From the dropdown menu in the Pages block, under Post type, choose Pages. This will add the meta information to all your page types. To find out how to add meta information to a single page or post click here.
If you want to use placeholders for meta information, click on Insert Placeholder to get a dropdown menu of existing placeholders.
Or, enter the name of the page part you want fetched in this format: %%title%% for the page/post title, %%excerpt%% for the page/post excerpt, etc. Otherwise, type in plain text. Click Save to apply the changes.