Keywords Meta Tag Generator
Meta tags are tags placed in the head section of a webpage that are
not visible to the website visitor, but that provide information to the web browser, web server,
and search engine robots. Some search engine robots use the keywords meta
tag to determine when your webpage should be included in the search results.
Paste the html code from the body of your webpage into the text box below and enter
the number of keywords you would like in your keyword meta tag (default is set to 30). If
you have Java Script code in your document, you might want to strip that out before
pasting it in the box.
Note: Since this application works by identifying and filtering out html tags, you can't
use greater than (>) or less than (<) characters in your text. In fact, in any text for
the web, you should always replace any greater than characters with the code
> and replace any less than characters with <.
By the same token, you should not use the & character in your text. Use the word
"and" instead. The & character denotes that a character code follows, so if by some
chance certain characters end up next to the & in your text, it could cause problems.
The html code for a keyword meta tag is based on the frequency that a word appears in
your webpage. This application filters out useless connector words like "and", "the", and
"with". You can always edit the keyword list in the tag. Remove keywords you don't like, add
keywords you want, combine keywords into keyword phrases. When satisfied, paste the meta
tag code in the head section of your webpage.
Note: I make no claims for the quality or accuracy for this application. If you find an
error in the meta tag you can advise me via this website's
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