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Meta Commands
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Learn the purpose of meta commands. Meta commands don't add anything visually to your page, but they help a great deal when you submit your pages to search engines.
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So, You Want A Meta Command, Huh?

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Meta commands don't add anything visually to your page, but they help a great deal when you submit your pages to search engines. Basically, the commands make you very easy to find.
 

Meta tags in HTML

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Meta tags are special tags in HTML that contain auxiliary information about the document. Meta tags and their contents are not displayed. They were designed for search engines, browser that are viewing with the page, caching proxy-servers and other programs that work with HTML. There are many different meta tags. During the development of the Internet environment, many have lost relevance and are not used anymore. Now, let's go through the main types of meta tags, which can come in handy when developing websites.
 

Social Media Meta Tags: Why You Should Use Them

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Believe it or not, there is such a thing as social media meta tags. And no, they are not useless. Most of you probably know that meta information is data embedded on your site for use by search engines, web browsers, and various other online services. The use of meta data makes it extremely easy for you to tell search engines or web browsers what your site is about, and what is exactly on that page. Social media meta tags are no different. Have you ever shared a link from your blog onto your Facebook page and the image preview is the WordPress symbol and the words are some random thing your blog is not even about? It is annoying, right? Well these social media meta tags take care of just that.
 

Common HTML Meta Tags

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Teaches you about meta tags in HTML, and explains some of the most important meta tags that you might want to include in your Web pages.
 

Using META Tags for Search Engines and Refresh

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META tags are used to help some search engines index your page, especially if your page has frames. META tags should be placed between the <HEAD> and </HEAD> tags of your document. The most common META tags are going to look like this:
 

Meta Tags

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Automatic Refreshing You can use META ... to tell the web browser to automatically move to another web page, or refresh the current page, after a specified period of time.
Meta Tags NAME allows you to sneak a few extra words into your web page for the search engine to index.
Also learn the less used tags: Author, Revisit-after, Distribution, No-cache,refresh and robots tags.
 

Meta Refresh

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Meta-Refresh is a simpler way of redirection, It is much simpler than java or php.
 

Meta Tags & Search Engines

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Want to get a top ranking in search engines? No problem! All you need to do is add a few magical "meta tags" to your web pages, and you'll skyrocket to the top of the listings.
 

Responsive Meta Tag

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This means that the browser will (probably) render the width of the page at the width of its own screen. So if that screen is 320px wide, the browser window will be 320px wide, rather than way zoomed out and showing 960px (or whatever that device does by default, in lieu of a responsive meta tag).
 

XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Document Structure and Head Level Tags

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A collection of 22 FAQs/tutorials tips on XHTML document structure and head level elements. Clear answers are provided with tutorial exercises on XHTML DTD specifications and the root element; the head and body elements; head level elements like title, meta, base, script, link, and style; description and keywords meta elements.
 
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