What are meta robot tags?
What are robots meta tags? Robots meta directives (sometimes called “meta tags”) are pieces of code that provide crawlers instructions for how to crawl or index web page content.
What are good meta tags?
With that in mind, let’s go over which meta tags are crucial for SEO, and how to use them well.
- Title Tags. The title tag is your main and most important anchor.
- Meta Description Tags.
- Heading Tags (H1-H6)
- Image Alt Attributes.
- Nofollow Attributes.
- Robots Meta Tag.
- rel=”canonical” Link Tag.
- Schema Markup.
Can you have multiple robots meta tags?
Avoid multiple tags. Using multiple meta tags will cause conflicts in code. Use multiple values in your tag, like this: .
How do I use noindex?
When to Use “noindex, nofollow” Together Add both a “noindex” and “nofollow” tag when you don’t want search engines to index a webpage in search, and you don’t want it to follow the links on that page. Thank-you pages are a great example of this situation.
How do you write a meta tag?
- Do stick to character counts— Title tag should be around 60 – 72 characters in length or about 5 – 10 words. Meta description should be no longer than 135 – 160 characters.
- Don’t exceed counts—The search engines will simply cut off excess text, potentially causing your links and descriptions to be less readable.
Where can I find noindex?
So the way to check for noindex is to do both: Check for an X-Robots-Tag containing “noindex” or “none” in the HTTP responses (try curl -I https://www.example.com to see what they look like) Get the HTML and scan meta tags in for “noindex” or “none” in the content attribute.
What is meta no index?
What is noindex nofollow? noindex means that a web page shouldn’t be indexed by search engines and therefore shouldn’t be shown on the search engine’s result pages. nofollow means that search engines spiders shouldn’t follow the links on that page. You can add these values to your robots meta tag.