meta name "rating" tag
First, I just wanted to say what a fantastic experience it has been to be a member of this board. It's been about a week or so now, and I've asked a couple of questions. (I also try to give input whenever I can.) But yesterday, Lee's buddy helped me out with a PHP script I was having trouble with. That's amazing. So, thanks guy.
I was sorry to hear about GloBill and GayMegaSites. That's gotta hurt for some of you guys. Unfortunately, I think there's more of this kind of stuff coming in the next few months. I'm just glad we've got a place like this to come and bitch and try and sort it all out.
meta name="RATING" CONTENT="restricted"
I'm just wondering if anyone uses the above in their meta tags. Is there any benefit? Is there any harm?
Glad you are enjoying yourself here
Hmmm im going to dig out an article [goes looking for a link and finds it first time] ........
That article is a tad out of date however, the basics are all there.
My personal choice when it comes to meta tags lately have been to use a structure like this:
[title]Site / Page Title Goes Here[/title]
[meta name="Description" Content="Description Goes Here Without Commas"]
[meta name="Keywords" Content="Keywords Go Here Without Commas"]
In the above example, you need to replace the [ + ]'s with < + > respectively.
Hope this helps.