Whitey - 2:03 am on Sep 6, 2010 (gmt 0)
Tedster - i can see your technical patience with some of us is being frayed. Thanks for your eternal tolerance.
Maybe there are enough folks out there that get confused with the semantic / terminology differences between a "tag" and "element".
When folks read this the word "tag" crops up : [w3.org...]
Start tag: required, End tag: required
Attributes defined elsewhere
lang (language information), dir (text direction)
Every HTML document must have a TITLE element in the HEAD section.
I wonder how much of this W3.org section compares with Google's intent on how the element is supposed to be used. The word " context " jumps out at me.
Context means to me that the word doesn't have to be in the title for Google to recognise it. But i think the common belief is that it is better to have the target words there in a low character density situation . ie not too many characters. How important is this overall ? Very , not very , not at all ?