Meta tags are HTML elements that provide information about a web page. They are used by search engines to help index and categorize web pages. Meta tags provide information such as the page’s title, description, keywords, author, and copyright information. This information helps search engines determine what the page is about and how to rank it in their results.

Meta tags can also be used to improve a website’s search engine optimization (SEO). By including keywords and phrases in the meta tags, search engines are more likely to find and rank the page higher in their results. This can help a website get more traffic and visibility. Meta tags can also be used to add structured data to a page, which helps search engines better understand its content. This can also help improve a website’s SEO.

CoAlias allows you to add and change meta tags for you domains. This can be done by adding meta rules.

Here is a brief explanation of each meta tag:

  • Site nameThis is the name of your site, which is often used as the default title for pages on your site.
  • Site title: This is the title of your webpage, which is typically displayed in the browser tab or window.
  • Site description: This is a brief description of your webpage, which is often used by search engines to provide a summary of your page in search results.
  • FaviconThis is a small icon/logo that is associated with your website, and is typically displayed in the browser tab or window.
  • SEO title: This is an alternate title for your webpage that is used to improve the visibility of the page in search engine results.
  • SEO description: This is a longer description of your webpage, which is used to provide a more detailed summary of your page in search engine results.

Currently busy adding the following meta tags:

  • Author: This is the name of the author of the webpage, which is often used to credit the author in search engine results.
  • Robots: This is a tag that specifies whether search engine crawlers should index and follow links on your webpage.
  • KeywordsThese are words or phrases that describe your webpage, and are used to help search engines index your page.
  • Language: This is the language of your webpage, which is used to help search engines determine the language of your page.
  • Geolocation: This is the geographic location of the server that hosts your website, which is used to help search engineunderstand the geographical relevance of your page.