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Data which describe other data, especially containing XML tags, characterising attributes of values in clinical data fields.
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Examples include that "Law Firm A" might use the name and motto of "Law Firm B" in meta tags and hidden language on its website, which would result with people searching for "Law Firm B" to be referred by a search engine to "Law Firm A.
Meta tags are hidden HTML directions for Web browsers or search engines.
With Technorati tags, a blogger simply creates a set of meta tags for each blog post.
Black Country law firm George Green is warning Midlands businesses to be extra vigilant about their online presence - as competitors could be illegally using meta tags and hidden text to divert internet users away from their websites.
Fasthosts confirmed the need for regular submission updates and said that keywords should be included on the homepage, in the coding pages and meta tags and in the domain name if possible.
The system will have easy-to-use templates for knowledge owners to contribute learning assets and describe them by using meta tags.
In addition, adding Keyword Meta tags to your Web site's source code will help the search engines using spiders (e.
Experiences with meta tags can vary and some search engines do not use them, but it is best to be on the safe side.
Everyone says that meta tags are the most important thing relating to search engines.
META tags are the codes that web designers and authors put on their pages so that they are indexed more accurately by search engines.
A GETTING search engine listings takes a multi-pronged attack, of which meta tags and descriptive page titles are an important part.
Ideally, a Web site would use META tags to help surfers find their sites.