Keywords or search terms contained within a websites definition document, describing the content of that document.
the part of html coding which allows the author to include text which describes the page
Code put into the HTML document that does not show on the document. It is used to speak to the spiders from search engines to let them know what key words are important to you, and what descriptions you want to give to your pages when someone looks up your site on a search engine. Network Two or more computers connected to each other so they can share resources. The Internet is a "network of networks," whereby anyone from an individual at a home with a PC to a large corporate multi-department system can freely and easily exchange information.
Elements in a Web Page that allow Keywords or phrases to be hidden in the page and ignore by Browsers, but noticed and indexed by Search Engines.
HTML code intended to describe the contents of a website.
Keywords inserted in the meta-tag portion of the HTML source document by the Web page author. If Web pages don't have much text, meta-tags help them come up in a keyword search.
Descriptions in the behind the scenes coding of web pages input by web page authors. Search engines look for keywords within these descriptions.
Text within an HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) file summarising the content of the site (content meta-tag) and relevant keywords (key-word meta-tag) that are matched against the keywords typed into search engines.
HTML code that is placed within the HEAD of an HTML document designed to communicate with search engines.
Keywords that are inserted in the meta-tag portion of the HTML source document by the author of the Web page. Meta-tags help a Web page that doesn't have much text come up in a keyword search.
HTML code hidden from the browser that provides a variety of identifying information. There are over 30 different meta-tags. The ones that concern search engine optimization are the title, description and keywords. The title is shown at the top of the browser. Search engines often pick up the description when showing search results. Keywords should list the most important words relevant to the site and that Web page. However, today most search engines do not consider meta keywords for positioning.
Descriptive labels applied to media assets, pages, information objects and/or learning objects that describe the object so it can be managed more effectively. Machine-readable.