the keywords should be unique keywords that you would want to be returned for typical searches..so if you are a candy store, you'd want to have something like "buy chocolates candy online" for the keywords - it's somewhat typical to have shorter word search phrases that would match simple searches that people typically do...the description is just the little snippett that gets returned below the link in the search results, so it's best to keep it short and sweet (ooh - accidental pun on the previous example)...
Re: Meta Tag ? by Heidi on Feb 11, 2002 at 6:38:26 pm
At the top of the "GoLive" page there is a button that says "source". If you click on it you will see "true HTML" language. Towards the top of your document you will actually see the word "meta word" or "keywords". You will enter your info there.
Re: Meta Tag ? by Lynn Grillo on Feb 11, 2002 at 7:04:37 pm
There are several ways to put your data into the keyword meta tag in GoLive.
--- Layout editor: - Drag a Keyword icon from the Head tab of the objects palette and drop it into the head of the document window. In the Inspector, type the keywords you want to add.You can reorder them in the Inspector as well. --- Source editor: - Drag a Keyword icon from the Head tab of the objects palette and drop it into the head of the document window. Type your keywords into the source code. --- Outline editor: - Drag a Keyword icon from the Head tab of the objects palette and drop it into the head of the document window. Toggle open the gray triangle next to name. Type your keywords into the "content" field. --- Bonus method (in Layout): - If you have a word already on your page that you want to use as a Keyword, select it and press Command+K (on Mac, not 100% sure of the Win equivalent.). GoLive will add the Keywrod meta tag and place the word into the content. You can add as many words as you like using this method.