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Posted by: Seb Posted on: Mar 4th, 2008, 2:02pm
In HyperPublish:
I did:
insert>html>at page start>script/meta
Then I pasted:
NAME="title" CONTENT="index.htm">
and now,  I can see:  META  
NAME="title" CONTENT="index.htm">
at the top of the page.
What should I do ?
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Mar 4th, 2008, 3:42pm
the code you wrote is incorrect, so it shown as text by the browser.
the correct (correct for the HTML syntax) code is
NAME="title" CONTENT="index.htm">  
(you forgot the trailing  < )
By the way this code (this way) is not useful and actually it is dangerous, as you are telling to the search engines that your page title is "index.htm" (instead of a descriptive text; the title should be a descriptive text)
This tag is normally already generated (correctly) by HyperPublish, that generates something like
NAME="title" CONTENT="The title that you visually assigned to your page">  
where "The title that you visually assigned to your page" is the title you put with Format >Page properties (the box at the top left).  
Example for the title is "Create a CD catalogue, a Web site, a manual on Web or make autoinstall CD..."
In other words, HyperPublish already does all common search engine optimizations. There are a lot of websites that tell you what to do, but as we already know (we are here not from yesterday), we incorporated all these stuff automatically in HyperPublish. Of course a duplicate won't usually make damage. But try to not add wrong stuff!
Posted by: Seb Posted on: Mar 4th, 2008, 6:08pm
Thanks again for your wise advice!  
It's much appreciated.
Posted by: Seb Posted on: Mar 4th, 2008, 6:12pm
Talking about optimization:  what's HP's position towards XHTML ?
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Mar 5th, 2008, 3:36am
XHTML comes from XML + HTML.
A nice world such as "Web 2.0", good for TV shows and news....
But at present we don't know any practical effect... of course we are open to any suggestion...
Posted by: Seb Posted on: Mar 5th, 2008, 8:09am
Thanks for your quick answer.

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