Freeware html meta tag building software allowing you to quickly build and edit meta tags. Tags can also be imported from live websites. Tags can also be saved as a project, allowing you to import them again at a later date.
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Description: This free SEO software tool is a meta tag builder that allows you to quickly create effective meta tags for all your HTML documents and web sites. The tags are all generated using an easy to use form, and can then be easily added into the HEAD section any existing web page. The tags can also be then copied directly into Clipboard or Notepad or pasted into your HTML editor. Your meta tags can be saved and exported as a new HTML (.html) document or as a text (.txt) file. The tags are: Doctype, Title , Keywords, Description, Author, Copyright, Generator, Expires, Page Caching, Language, Robots, Revisit, Distribution, Rating and Refresh. Your tags can also be imported from live websites. Tags can also be saved as a project, allowing you to import them again at a later date.
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