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<meta> : generic metainformation
The META element can be used to identify properties of a document (e.g., author, expiration date, a list of key words, etc.) and assign values to those properties. This specification does not define a normative set of properties.
Each META element specifies a property/value pair. The name attribute identifies the property and the content attribute specifies the property's value.
-) name
This attribute identifies a property name. This specification does not list legal values for this attribute.
-) content
This attribute specifies a property's value. This specification does not list legal values for this attribute.
-) scheme
This attribute names a scheme to be used to interpret the property's value (see the section on profiles for details).
-) http-equiv
This attribute may be used in place of the name attribute. HTTP servers use this attribute to gather information for HTTP response message headers.


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