A webpage can contain all the text information in the world if it is set between a few tags.
<html> <head> </head> <body> </body> </html>
I was just on the phone explaining meta tags and text content. So, for Mark, and anyone else in the world who wonders where the meta tags are located and what they look like, here’s a reminder example. Look at the page source.
<head> <title> Web Site Design in Monterey Bay Area by Kay Zeigh at Actual Art</title>
Important Words identifying the content of a web page. The title will appear on the top of the window for viewers, more importantly, it apears to search.
<meta name=”description” content= “ The description here is important to search. Describe the content of the page in words that people who are looking for your content will use to search for your content. Include a name, business name, subject or topic, the place your business is located. The reason for the web page.”
You can research other meta tags but the title and description are easy to understand and very important. After the </head> comes the
<body> All the text information in the world can go here for people and search engines to see. Ideally there will be actual content phrases that can be seen in heading and paragraphs inside the<body>.
<h1>Kay Zeigh builds websites in Monterey California</h1>
<h2> Important Information about Website Tags </h2>
<p> If you see good words that identify subjects and content inside heading tags that is good. Text content in paragraphs with actual content is good to see also. Here you can have all the ext content in the world. </p>