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|XHTML compliant meta tags & search engines|
Do they cause problems?
I've been told by a web developer that for meta tags to be xhtml 1.1 compliant they must be closed; i.e. have these end characters '/>' rather than just '>'
Running pages with these tags thru the W3C htmp compliance checker (http://validator.w3.org) reports these closing tags as errors.
Anyone know please what, if any, impact using xhtml compliant closing tags as on search engines.
Thanks in advance
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