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How To Use HTML Meta Tags - Search Engine Watch (SEW)

How To Use HTML Meta Tags - Search Engine Watch (SEW)
Want top search engine rankings? Just add meta tags and your website will magically rise to the top, right? Wrong. Meta tags are one piece in a large algorithmic puzzle that major search engines look at when deciding which results are relevant to show users who have typed in a search query. While there is still some debate about which meta tags remain useful and important to search engines, meta tags definitely aren't a magic solution to gaining rankings in Google, Bing, Yahoo, or elsewhere – so let's kill that myth right at the outset. However, meta tags help tell search engines and users what your site is about, and when meta tags are implemented incorrectly, the negative impact can be substantial and heartbreaking. Let's look at what meta tags are, what meta tags matter, and how to avoid mistakes when implementing meta tags on your website. What Are Meta Tags? HTML meta tags are officially page data tags that lie between the open and closing head tags in the HTML code of a document.

Metadata, cataloging, & various librarian-like stuff Using Dublin Core NOTE: This text was last revised in 2005. As of 2011, a completely revised User Guide is being developed at the wiki page DCMI's Glossary and FAQ are also under revision. Table of Contents 1. 2. 3. 1. 1.1. Metadata has been with us since the first librarian made a list of the items on a shelf of handwritten scrolls. A metadata record consists of a set of attributes, or elements, necessary to describe the resource in question. The linkage between a metadata record and the resource it describes may take one of two forms: elements may be contained in a record separate from the item, as in the case of the library's catalog record; orthe metadata may be embedded in the resource itself. Examples of embedded metadata that is carried along with the resource itself include the Cataloging In Publication (CIP) data printed on the verso of a book's title page; or the TEI header in an electronic text. 1.2. 1. 2. 3. Commonly understood semantics 1.3. 1.

Manual de HTML - Marquee La directiva crea una marquesina con un texto en su interior que se desplaza. Funciona unicamente con Ms-Explorer. Sus parámetros son los siguientes : align = top / middle / bottom Indica si el texto del interior de la marquesina se alinea en la zona alta (top), en la baja (bottom) o en el centro (middle) de la misma. bgcolor = "codigo de color" Indica el color del fondo de la marquesina. direction = left / right Indica hacia que lugar se desplaza el texto, hacia la izquierda (left) o hacia la derecha (right) height = num o % Indica la altura de la marquesina en puntos o porcentaje en función de la ventana del visor. width = num o % Indica la anchura de la marquesina en puntos o porcentaje en función de la ventana del visor. loop = num / infinite Indica el numero de veces que se desplazará el texto por la marquesina. scrolldelay = num. Veamos un ejemplo de esta directiva : @@|| <MARQUEE bgcolor = "#FFFFFF" width = 50% scrolldelay = 0 > Bienvenido a mi pagina personal en Internet.

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WorldCat Digital Collection Gateway [OCLC - Digital Collection Services] The WorldCat Digital Collection Gateway provides you with a self-service tool for uploading the metadata of your unique digital content to WorldCat—the premier database of library materials. Once your metadata is in WorldCat, your collections are more visible and discoverable by end users who search WorldCat as well as Google and other popular Web sites. Ultimately, users will click through to your local servers to access the digital item, viewing it immediately on their screen—anytime, anywhere. Through the Gateway, as your library, archives, museum or other cultural heritage organization continues to upload metadata, you are developing WorldCat into a premier resource for the integrated discovery of open access, digital primary source materials. Available to all organizations at no charge, the Gateway is key to getting your unique digital content maximum Web visibility—all via WorldCat.

Metadata Thesauri Taxonomies Topic Maps! Making sense of it all Abstract To be faced with a document collection and not to be able to find the information you know exists somewhere within it is a problem as old as the existence of document collections. Information architects have so far applied known and well-tried tools from library science to solve this problem, and now topic maps are sailing up as another potential tool for information architects. The paper argues that topic maps go beyond the traditional solutions in the sense that it provides a framework within which they can be represented as they are, but also extended in ways which significantly improve information retrieval. Table of contents 1. The task of an information architect is to create web sites where users can actually find the information they are looking for. Topic maps are a relative newcomer to this area and bring with them the promise of better-organized web sites, compared to what is possible with existing techniques. 2. 2.1. Metadata 2.2. Table 2.1. title

HTML MARQUEE creates a scrolling display. is an MSIE extension, but is now supported by NS 7. is often regarded as one of the "evil" tags, and that perception alone might be enough reason to not use it. However, used lightly and with taste (and understanding that it will never render everywhere), isn't such a bad tag. It can work well for announcements. The basic use of is simple. <MARQUEE> Hi There! is a text level element. <MARQUEE WIDTH="20%"> Hi There! This is stuff before the marquee And this is stuff after it. The content of does not start scrolling until the element becomes visible. Découvrez Koozai, l'outil en ligne indispensable pour vos audits SEO Home > Référencement > Découvrez Koozai, l’outil en ligne indispensable pour vos audits SEO Comme tout projet quel qu’il soit, l’ optimisation du référencement d’un site se décline en plusieurs étapes qui doivent se succéder selon un ordre précis. Il est donc indispensable de mener avant tout différentes analyses dans le but de déterminer les mots-clés sur lesquels travailler et comment les sites les mieux placés s’y sont prix pour se positionner sur ces derniers . Pour mener à bien la deuxième de ces deux tâches conditionnant la définition de la stratégie de référencement, plusieurs outils plus ou moins efficaces existent. Parfois gratuits, parfois payants, tous présentent des avantages et des inconvénients qui peuvent varier en fonction des besoins de chacun. Aujourd’hui, j’ai décidé de vous présenter , le dernier né des services d’audit SEO en ligne. Une mise à jour sur fond de refonte graphique qui permet d’accéder à des informations pour les moins intéressantes :

Web Color Chart - Hexadecimal - by VisiBone Metadata Principles and Practicalities I. Introduction The rapid changes in the means of information access occasioned by the emergence of the World Wide Web have spawned an upheaval in the means of describing and managing information resources. Metadata is a primary tool in this work, and an important link in the value chain of knowledge economies. Yet there is much confusion about how metadata should be integrated into information systems. The authors hope to make explicit the strong foundations of agreement shared by two prominent metadata Initiatives: the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI) and the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Learning Object Metadata (LOM) Working Group. The ideas in this paper are divided into two categories. II. The paragraphs in the Principles section set out general truths the authors believe provide a guiding framework for the development of practical solutions for semantic and machine interoperability in any domain using any set of metadata standards. A. B. C. D. A.

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