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Is it possible to add meta tags to all of our hubs pages here ?
The summary text is the equivalent of the content tag, but that's it.
I was sure there is no such thing as "content" meta tag And summary goes to "description"...
Misha, I'm just (constantly) repeating what Paul Deeds said....
original thread, emphasis is mine
This is a content meta tag from one of Relache's hubs when viewing the page source:
<meta name="description" content="Just like Hollywood has really made a skill out of doing old age makeup, they've also finally gotten down the art of making the fake tattoo. Since actors need to change their appearances a lot from role to..."/>
I'm unsure what the problem is.
It is adding a meta tag. Which is what kashifmahmood wanted to know.
LOL here is the list of meta tags from one of the pages on my own site:
<META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1">
<META HTTP-EQUIV="EXPIRES" CONTENT="0">
<META NAME="RESOURCE-TYPE" CONTENT="DOCUMENT">
<META NAME="DISTRIBUTION" CONTENT="GLOBAL">
<META NAME="AUTHOR" CONTENT="Fun and Safe Driving">
<META NAME="COPYRIGHT" CONTENT="Copyright (c) 2006-2008 by Fun and Safe Driving">
<META NAME="KEYWORDS" CONTENT="">
<META NAME="DESCRIPTION" CONTENT="When I glanced my death in the eyes...: When I was a university student I was riding a bike. Pretty good bike out of what was available at that time in the Soviet Union. It was Jawa 350/360, Czech made with whopping 18 hp 350 cc two-cylinder two-stro">
<META NAME="REVISIT-AFTER" CONTENT="1 DAYS">
<META NAME="RATING" CONTENT="GENERAL">
<meta name="netinsert" content="0.0.1.12.1.1">
<META NAME="GENERATOR" CONTENT="PHP-Nuke Copyright (c) 2004 by Francisco Burzi. This is free software, and you may redistribute it under the GPL (http://phpnuke.org/files/gpl.txt). PHP-Nuke comes with absolutely no warranty, for details, see the license (http://phpnuke.org/files/gpl.txt).">
Why? It's just a set of instructions for browser and search engines, no more no less
indeed - it makes me glad I don't do anything to my hubs.
I've seen that floating around looking for rss feeds and had no idea what it was.
"Real Simple Syndication" You sleep better when you don't know
heehee. niterz, M.
I should know, probably but I'm not that good on software or really anything unless it suddenly becomes important to me to know. I have too much floating my head already to mess with stuff I haven't a use for yet. :p
by WorkAtHomeMums6 years ago
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by Rebecca4 years ago
Can meta tags be changed in a hub?Can anyone tell me how to do this? Or if it's possible? can meta tags be changed in a hub?
by Oscar Jones7 weeks ago
Does anyone understand meta tags application enough to explain why we can't control meta tags, or can we, and I just don't know how to do it on hubpages?
by Disillusioned8 years ago
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by Ru-an8 years ago
In another thread someone mentioned that there were both hubtags and meta tags, and i asked what the difference was, but they never replied. I thought there was only the tags in the side bar which i assume is meta tags?...
by BaliMermaid7 years ago
When checking my hubs for various metrics I get the following comments from more than one service or software package.Keywords WARNING: No keywords meta tag was discovered. NOTICE: Some search engines still...
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