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<META NAME="DC.Creator" CONTENT="Name Removed by me">
<META NAME="DC.Subject" CONTENT="Name Removed by me">
<META NAME="DC.Description" CONTENT="State of the art digital studio. Award winning Multimedia, Web design, Ecommerce, Hosting, Audio, Video, Brand development, Logo design and more.">
<META NAME="DC.Publisher" CONTENT="Name Removed by me">
<META NAME="DC.Contributors" CONTENT="Name Removed by me">
I am not familiar with this DC. format. I couldn't find it in any of my HTML books either. Can someone provide some information on what this is and let me know if I should be using it.
Also, while viewing the same site I noticed he had placed this in the HEAD.
<head keywords="Web design multimedia hosting e commerce e business brand development corporate identity web solution graphic>
Is there anything to this? Should I be using it.
Incidently, I did a search on the firm name on AltaVista. They were not ranked in the top 50 for their company name. They were, however, in the index.
I did a little bit of checking. This is what the W3C says about the DC thing:
Note. When a property specified by a META element takes a value that is a URI, some authors prefer to specify the meta data via the LINK element. Thus, the following meta data declaration:
might also be written:
Quite honestly, it's all greek to me. I don't understand a word of it. It sounds like the DC thing is pointing to some other file which contains the meta information but I could be totally wrong.
As far as the <head = keyword thing there just is no attribute like that. Again, I did some testing. The fellow had "Dave Matthews Band" riddled throughout his page like that. However, a search on Dave Matthews Band on AV did not show him in the top 200 so I am guessing it was just ignored by the spider.
hmmmmm,.... I am still missing something at [ilse.nl...] I thought I knew everything the Ilse likes, but pages of my competitor seems to have something
very special. I now can see easily if I can make it to the top 3 or not. It only has to do with certain domains which always rank higher in this SE due to some special trick. These pages are always claoked -