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meta tag

(ˈmɛtəˌtæɡ) or

metatag

n
1. (Computer Science) an element of HTML that describes the contents of a Web page, placed near the beginning of the page's source code, and used by search engines to index pages by subject
2. (Telecommunications) an element of HTML that describes the contents of a Web page, placed near the beginning of the page's source code, and used by search engines to index pages by subject
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3) "Death of A Meta Tag," Search Engine Watch, September 30, 2002, http://searchenginewatch.
Once verified, via the inclusion of meta tag or a html document to the website, the link to the tool will be found in the updated menu in Pinterest.
A meta tag is part of the website, without necessarily being visible on the page or affecting how the page functions.
Variations in Use of Meta Tag Descriptions by Web Pages in Different Languages
The meta tag is a piece of code in a web page that includes a "keyword" list.
The infringing use can occur in the content of a Web site, in a meta tag or domain name, or even by advertising someone else's product.
The keywords you plug into your meta tag are going to make or break you on most search engines.
Meta tag misuse, like cybersquatting, is considered a criminal act, which is generally not covered by mast policies.