The meta tag allows you to define meta information for a document. This is
information that is intended to be read by a machine and is not rendered by
the web browser. You can think of this as a documents properties.
No ending tag is allowed for this element.
||Identifies this tag to reference in script (program code)
||Define the class used to render this element (defined by a style sheet)
||A title that is associated with the element (displayed as a tooltip in Internet Explorer)
||The name of the meta property you are defining. Standard values for this are:
"Author", "Description", "Title"
||This attribute serves the same purpose as the NAME attribute. Web servers use this
information to gather data for HTTP response headers.
||Defines the value for the meta property. This is plain old character data
<META NAME="Title" CONTENT="Bob's Bait and Tackle">
<META NAME="Description" CONTENT="Bait and Tackle Equipment">
<META HTTP-EQUIV="Expires" CONTENT="Tue, 20 Aug 1996 14:25:27 GMT">