Specifying Name/Value Metadata Pairs

    <meta name="author" content="java2s.com"/>
    <meta name="description" content="A simple example"/>
      <a href="http://java2s.com">Visit java2s.com</a>

The name attribute specifies which metadata type. The content attribute to provide a value.

The following table lists the predefined metadata types:

Metadata NameDescription
application nameThe name of the web application
authorThe name of the author
descriptionA description of the page
generatorThe name of the software that generated the HTML
keywordsA set of comma-separated strings that describe the content of the page
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Document Structure:
  1. The doctype Element
  2. The html Element
  3. The head Element
  4. The body Element
  5. Setting the Document Title
  6. Setting the Base for Relative URLs
  7. Specifying Name/Value Metadata Pairs
  8. Declaring a Character Encoding
  9. Simulate an HTTP Header
  10. Defining CSS Styles
  11. Specifying the Media for a Style
  12. Denoting External Resources
  13. Defining a Favicon for Your Page
  14. Using the Scripting Elements
  15. Loading an External Scripting Library
  16. Deferring Execution of a Script
  17. Executing a Script Asynchronously
  18. The noscript Element
  19. Redirect the user to a different URL if it doesn't support JavaScript.