The <META> Tag
Between your <HEAD> & </HEAD> goes the META tag(s). These
are used to present information to search engines and spiders, not to your
<META name="description" content="this is a page about nothing.">
<META name="keywords" content="page, nothing, programming">
These are two of the more common META tags for assisting search engines
in indexing your site.
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