hidden code in HTML which alerts search engines to recognize certain keywords, phrases, etc., relevant to the website; helps gain stronger recognition and higher ranking by search engines; can also be used to control site settings such as window size, automatic reloading, etc.
hidden code in the html file code, used to describe the page contents.
hidden keywords or phrases that describe a document's content, as well as provide synonyms and alternative spellings for the content. Used to ensure that Search Engines will find and index the document accurately.
Words and code embedded in the HTML code of a webpage, provide useful information that are not defined by other HTML elements. Their function is to provide information about a document and about a document's content. Search engines use this information to categorize, prioritize and rank websites.
Information placed in a web page not intended for users to see, which typically passes information to search engine crawlers, browser software, and some other applications.
HTML coding embedded in the site that provides spiders with keyword information.
Text fields in the head of the .HTM files, intended only to SE and invisible to browsers. The main ones for SE optimization purposes are Title, Keywords and Description.
Used to identify the creator of a Web page, what HTML specs the page follows, and the keywords and description of the page.
are HTML tags that are written into the head section of an HTML page and convey different kinds of information, but don't actually show on the page as text. For example the title, description and keywords for the page. Some search engines use metatags to index pages.
a special HTML tag that provides information about a Web page (such as which keywords represent the page's content), used by search engines when building their indexes(see Search Engine)
HTML tags that are not visible on a formatted page, but are used by search engines for indexing purposes.
Hidden information about a website contained within its HTML code.