Keywords and Metatags


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Guest

I recently purchased MS Front Page 2003 to build a web site. After viewing
the source on other web sites, I see the HTML at the top of my pages looks a
lot different. For one, there is no Keywords= area. Do I need to add this
to the top of my HTML for a search engine to find my pages?
Also, which meta tag do I put the description of my page in?
This is my firt time building a web site from scratch, so I am very confused
about what to take out, put in, or leave alone in the HTML at the top of the
pages.

Thank you,
Tat
Tat
 
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Andrew Murray

It's not necessary since search engines now index entire pages/sites rather
than "just" the keywords meta tag.

In any case, it won't result in a higher ranking by using them.

However the meta tags are:

<meta name="keywords" content="sddd">
<meta name="description" content="cfcxc">


Enter them in the Page options - right click on the page, choose "Page
Properties" then enter the description in the "description" field, and
keywords in the "keywords" field.

Click OK.
 
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