An HTML tag identifying the contents of a Website. Metatags are used to facilitate the retrieval and management of data.
These are informational and command tags that are placed in the head section of a webpage.
As a noun or verb, this term refers to the tagging of documents with metadata (such as keywords, dates, categories or creators) to enhance search efficiency. See metadata.
An HTML tag that identifies the contents of a Web page. Using a format, meta tags contain such things as a general description of the page, keywords for search engines and copyright information. N-S Network In communications, the transmission channels interconnecting all client and server stations as well as all supporting hardware and software.
A metatag gives a spider (search engine) specific information, such as keywords or site summaries
a designation hidden in the code of a web page so that is can be indexed by an Internet search engine
a keyword used by search engines to direct searchers to a web site
a list of words hidden in a web site acting as an index or reference source identifying the content of the web site for search engines
an HTML tag that is written into the head section of an HTML page and used to convey different kinds of information, but does not actually show on the page as text
an HTML tag that provides information about a Web page
a part of a Web site that is not seen by the public, but is read by search engine web browsers and later used by the browsers to classify the Web site
a place in the HTML code where information about the page can be listed -- like who made it and how often they update it -- as well as keywords that indicate what the page is about
a software parameter of HTML, the code in which web pages are written
a unit of information that is embedded into the HTML code
a word or words embedded in an Internet Web site, which are not normally displayed visually to the consumer, that may be used by an Internet search engine for the purpose of selecting sites in response to an Internet user's search request
A device that allows website to list related "keywords" which will be used by search engines when executing a search. They can also be used by the unscrupulous to imbed keywords 'behind' their website so that, when someone searches for these words, they find unrelated information.
a piece of HTML software code on a web page that contains information readable only to computers and not viewed by visitors to the page.
a line of HTML code, the computer language that you use to write web pages, that lists the categories you think apply to your web page. Theoretically, when someone types in that category, like “children's toys”, your page will appear in the search results. That does not happen until you pay for the search engine to put you in their “hit list”. Even then, your page could be item 1,000 out of “356,235 hits”. (return to CONTENTS to find your way back to the link point in the section of text that brought you here)
Refers to any code or text designed to draw traffic to a Website (via search engines), yet which cannot be viewed by site visitors
An HTML tag identifying the contents of a web site. Information commonly found in the metatag includes copyright info, key words for search engines, and formatting descriptions of the page.
An HTML command that defines keywords within Web documents.
A tag (code used to define HTML content) containing keyword or other information about an HTML document that can be used by search engines.
HTML tag that stores information about a Web page, including keywords for search-engine and directory use.
An HTML code line that identifies the contents of the web page to search engine indexes.