Meta Commands

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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Meta Tags
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Meta Refresh
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No Borders
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HEAD Commands
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Automatic refresh webpage / Set time to redirect
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