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Creating and Revising Metatags in Site Executive

Metatags are computer code built into the top of each web page, invisible to users, that search engines use to get information and rank pages. They are easy to create and change in Site Executive.

Creating Metatags
Metatags are created when you make a new page in Site Executive. See the Title, Keywords, and Description fields in the Add Page screen below:


Revising Metatags
Changing your keywords, title, or description later is easy. Just highlight the page in Site Executive, click on the Properties tab, click the Edit Page Properties button, and make your changes:

 

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