Tag META

Description
<META> defines metatags, which are used for information holding, which is intended for browsers and search engines. It is allowed to use one metatag, all of them are located in the tag <HEAD>. As a rule, parameters of any tag are added up to the pairs “name=meaning”, which are defined by the arguments content, name and http-equiv.
Parametrs
content determines the value of parameter, which is set by the name and http-equiv.
http-equiv is aimed for converting the metatag to the title HTTP.
name the name of the metatag, defines its name indirect.
Closing Tag
Is not optional.
The Description of Tag <META> Parameters
CONTENT Parameter
Description
Content defines the value of parameter, which is set by the name or http-equiv. Content parameter may involve more than one argument, in this case arguments are separated by commas or semicolons.
Optional parametr
Yes
Arguments
The line of symbols, which are to be put in quotes.
Default value
No
HTTP-EQUIV Parameter
Description
Browsers convert the value of http-equiv parameter, which is set by content, to the format of the HTTP reply’s title and process them as if they come from the server.
Arguments
Any suitable identifier. Some of acceptable arguments of http-equiv parameter:
content-type code type of the document.
expires define the date and time, after which the information in the document will be considered outdated.
pragma the way of the document caching
refresh download another document to the active browser window.
Default value
No
NAME Parameter
Description
Defines identifier of metatag for pair “name=meaning”. The simultaneous use of the name and http-equiv parameters is not allowed.
Arguments
Any suitable identifier. Some of acceptable arguments of name parameter:
author the name of the author of the document.
description the description of the active document.
keywords the list of key words of the page.
Default value
No
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