Meta Tags Explained-Create and Check Your Meta Tags

Written by stephen cope

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  • Due torepparttar fact thatrepparttar 118028 meta tags contain HTML coderepparttar 118029 Meta Tags explained article is continued on my website.

     Website Ranking/Position and Meta Tags

    Although not all search engines make use ofrepparttar 118030 Meta Tags inrepparttar 118031 same way Meta Tags are still important for achieving a good Website Ranking. As it is a difficult and time consuming process of tracking which search engine uses what Tag andrepparttar 118032 importance it places on that tag then simply assume they all use them equally and makerepparttar 118033 best use of them. Please don't leave them blank!

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    How PHP Can Help Save You Time And Mistakes.

    Written by Ben Rourke

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    include 'template/header.php'; ?>

    You must always includerepparttar 118027 opening tag: <?php andrepparttar 118028 ending tag: ?> In between them we have an instruction to 'include' a file called 'header.php' which is located in a folder on your web site called 'template'. Obviously these can be renamed to anything you like.

    Now forrepparttar 118029 second segment:

    <?php include 'template/footer.php'; ?>

    Again, we have given an instruction to 'include' a file called 'footer.php' which is also located in a folder called 'template' on your web site, inrepparttar 118030 same directory or folder as your 'index.php' file.

    To see these files individually go to: and

    and viewrepparttar 118031 source code on those pages using your web browser.

    Now you can add content to your web pages by inserting or copying and pasting existing code betweenrepparttar 118032 PHP segments of your 'index.php' file as shown above.

    That is it! To change any information inrepparttar 118033 'header.php' for example, just open that file in an editor and make your changes. Then save and upload 'header.php' torepparttar 118034 'template' folder on your web site.

    Go to 'index.php' and all your changes are magically included. You can seerepparttar 118035 benefits of this. If you had a site with 20 pages, all your changes happen on every page by just editing this one 'header.php' file.

    Just 'include'repparttar 118036 header and footer files into every other page you make as inrepparttar 118037 'index.php' file, calling your second page for example 'products.php', then 'contact.php' etc. The only thing different between allrepparttar 118038 pages will berepparttar 118039 content you insert betweenrepparttar 118040 header and footer sections.


    So, if you have put off learning PHP until now, I hope that this has encouraged you to make a start. There are countless other ways to use PHP and maybe one day you could even program your own safelist script using it.

    Userepparttar 118041 source fromrepparttar 118042 examples and make changes torepparttar 118043 'header.php' and 'footer.php' files and see this in action for yourself.

    Above all have fun!

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