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In HTML5, there are two sets of metadata names: standard metadata names, defined in the HTML5 spec other metadata names, registered on the WHATWG wiki page MetaExtensions For the standard metadata names, it is required that they are case-insensitive: Names are case-insensitive, and must be compared in an ASCII case-insensitive manner. For other ...


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Google is a little bit over exact on this to avoid requests on the verification topic. It's the content="" part of the verification meta-tag which has to be case sensitive. Not the name="" part as you post it in your answer. Google verifies with help of this meta tag even if the name-part is NOT written as they provide it. So <meta ...



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