Introduction to meta tags in HTML

Q. What <meta> tags actually are?

Different attributes in <meta> tag.

  • This is very much important and it is responsible for the Responsive design which is mainly done by attribute name and property called viewport. The viewport is responsible for making your website responsive or user interface responsive to different screen sizes.
  • So now you want your website to look good on Laptop, Desktop, Mobile, etc, there are different strategies available we mostly do it with the CSS on making the site look good on these devices. But on the things, you have to do that you have to add the viewport and you have to set the content value, note you have to set a couple of things in content, and one of those is width=device-width and its scale should be set to 1.0

Q. How <meta> tags help in search engines?

E.g Search Result by Google

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