Meta elements are tags used in HTML or XHTML documents to provide structured metadata about a Web page. They are part of a web page’s head section. Multiple Meta elements with different attributes can be used on the same page. Meta elements can be used to specify page description, keywords and any other metadata not provided through the other head elements and attributes. The meta element has two uses: either to emulate the use of an HTTP response header field, or to embed additional metadata within the HTML document. With HTML up to and including HTML 4.01 and XHTML, there were four valid attributes: content, http-equiv, name and scheme. Under HTML 5 there are now five valid attributes, charset having been added. http-equiv is used to emulate an HTTP header, and name to embed metadata. The value of the statement, in either case, is contained in the content attribute, which is the only required attribute unless charset is given. charset is used to indicate the character set of the document, and is available in HTML5. Such elements must be placed as tags in the head section of an HTML or XHTML document.
Your Site Title: Your Site Title is usually the name of your site i.e. i set my site title name to Design Dev.
Your Site Description: Explain your Site’s subject and the motive but make sure the length of your Site Description must be in between 150 to 160 words.
Your Site URL/Link: This is said to be the link of your Site i.e. my site link is http://www.DesignDev.co.vu
Your Site Keywords: Keywords are very important for every business website as they drive targeted web traffic to your business for free. When done well, using the right keywords can skyrocket your business to sales success online.
Site Author Name: The Manager, Author, Administrator or owner; who updates the site.
Site Favicon URL: An icon associated with a particular website, typically displayed in the address bar of a browser accessing the site or next to the site name in a user’s list of bookmarks.
Author’s Facebook Username: Enter your Facebook Username or Numeric ID to show your Facebook Profile.
Author’s Facebook Numeric ID: Enter your Facebook Numeric ID if you are using Facebook Comment Box.
Facebook App ID: Facebook App ID is also needed if you enable Facebook Comment Box in your Site.
Author’s Twitter Username: Enter your Twitter Username to show your Twitter presence.
Author’s Google Plus Profile Link: Enter it to show your Google Plus presence.