Meta tag

What is a meta tag?

A meta tag is a tag that is located in the head section of an HTML document (i.e. between and, found at the top of a web page’s source code.

The content in these tags aren’t visible, but they contain important information about your site.

Simply, the data in meta tags allow a browser or search engine to gather information about a site and use it.

The standard meta tag structure and an example are as follows:

<meta name="title" content="Creatorlink"></p>

<meta name="author" content="Creatorlink"></p>

Choose the type of metadata for the name attribute, and the content of your chosen type of metadata for the content attribute.

Now, you are able to enter information about your site according to your specific needs and circumstances.

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