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Indexing for Google scholar, which tags to use?

In the "Inclusion Guidelines for Webmasters" for Google Scholar is written under Indexing Guidelines: Google Scholar supports Highwire Press tags (e.g., citation_title), Eprints tags (e.g., eprints....
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Where are the complete set of Highwire Press metatags defined?

In the Google Scholar Inclusion Guidelines for Webmasters , it is suggested that one use the tags defined by "Highwire Press". Example: <meta name="citation_title" content="Article Title"> ...
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How can I check if my metadata tags for Google Scholar work?

I’m creating a site where I would like to use tags for indexing my pages on Google Scholar, but I don’t know if my tags works. Should we use ...
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How to prevent indexing of non-academic content by Google Scholar?

I work at a research institutions that has a Wordpress website where we publish academic articles and other content such as events, awards, news updates etc. We want to use the plugin Kblog Metadata ...
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Must the fulltext version of papers be in the same subdirectory as the html abstract to be indexed by Google Scholar?

I have recently made an online repository of papers for an academic organisation. But we are not being picked up by Google Scholar. I think it might be because the fulltext urls are not in a format ...
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Google Scholar Content Gone

The content on my website was on Google Scholar but now is gone. We added the citation_title class to the element containing our articles titles. We also modified the style of that class so it is the ...
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