Manage HTML metadata in Vue.js components with SSR support.


  export default {
    metaInfo: {
      title: 'My Example App',
      titleTemplate: '%s - Yay!',
      htmlAttrs: {
        lang: 'en',
        amp: true
<html lang="en" amp>
  <title>My Example App - Yay!</title>


Vue Meta is a Vue.js plugin that allows you to manage your app's metadata. It is inspired by and works similar as react-helmet for react. However, instead of setting your data as props passed to a proprietary component, you simply export it as part of your component's data using the metaInfo property.

These properties, when set on a deeply nested component, will cleverly overwrite their parent components' metaInfo, thereby enabling custom info for each top-level view as well as coupling metadata directly to deeply nested subcomponents for more maintainable code.


Please find the documention on

:globe_with_meridians: Please help us translate the documentation into your language, see here for more information


Looking for more examples what vue-meta can do for you? Have a look at the examples


$ yarn add vue-meta
$ npm install vue-meta --save
Download / CDN

Use the download links below - if you want a previous version, check the instructions at

Latest version:

Latest v1.x version:[email protected]/dist/vue-meta.min.js


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Quick Usage

See the documentation for more information

import Vue from 'vue'
import VueMeta from 'vue-meta'

Vue.use(VueMeta, {
  // optional pluginOptions
  refreshOnceOnNavigation: true

Frameworks using vue-meta

If you wish to create your app even more quickly, take a look at the following frameworks which use vue-meta

  • Nuxt.js - The Vue.js Progressive Framework
  • Gridsome - The Vue.js JAMstack Framework
  • Ream - Framework for building universal web app and static website in Vue.js
  • Vue-Storefront - PWA for eCommerce
  • Factor JS - Extension-first VueJS platform for front-end developers.

How to translate documentation

Thanks for your interest in translating the documentation. As our docs are based on VuePress, we recommend to have a look at their docs about internationalization as well

Here are the steps you will need to take:

  • Clone this repository
  • Create a new branch
  • Browse to /docs/
  • Create a folder with the language code you will add a translation for (eg /zh/)
  • Copy all *.md files and the folders api, faq, and guide to that folder
  • Translate the copied files in your language folder
  • Edit .vuepress/config.yml and add a config section for your locale in both locales as themeConfig.locales
  • Test your translation by running the docs dev server with yarn docs
  • Create a pull request with your changes
  • Receive eternal gratefulness from your fellow language speakers :heart: