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Hi I tried to use: © and also © in the meta. The result is that it just displays the code in view source output as seen below. <meta name="copyright" content="© 2013 - Co NAme" /> This works: <meta name="copyright" content="2013 - Co Name" /> Forget the symbol and do what @Osvoldo mentioned. This seems to ...
Google uses the titles and descriptions found in your webpages to display a title and description in the snippet it returns in its search results, as illustrated in number 1 below: If titles and descriptions are duplicates from page to page, then search results will appear the same to users. Therefore, Google requires them to be unique. To remove these ...
Adding to the answer above, that tag is not an example but a specific value proposed by Restricted to Adults (RTA) for tagging adult pages. Which is much simpler than both PICS and POWDER.
I imagine it'd be relatively easy to create or license some really useful feature (and if desired you could obfuscate it in base64 encoding or whatever) that would load a small resource from a server you monitor. Things like this are really common in analytics (the smiley face for WP-Stats) and tracking features. For instance, if you have ever used ...
a) meta-generator The generator metadata name […] identifies one of the software packages used to generate the document. So it’s appropriate to use it for pages created by your CMS. However: Many people will remove it, often because they think it would be insecure to communicate which CMS is in use. Most search engines will probably ignore ...
Where does it add that ? I believe you looked in the iframe that the Adsense code generates. If this is the case, then your website won't be affected. They add that because they don't want search engines to crawl their ads or index their iframe contents.
All kinds of web development software, blogs, content management systems generate Meta tags like such. Most of them, if not all of them do it. For example, meta name="generator" content="Dreamweaver" or meta name="generator" content="Joomla!", Facebook, Twitter, and so on do it too. These Meta elements provide information, which can be used by search ...
This issue comes from using gzip in my page. When I disable gzip, Facebook is able to scrape information from my pages. See: Response code 200 but nothing is scraped by the Object Debugger
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