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Meta tags are generally used to include information about a document such as author name, creation date, copyright information etc. They always placed between the tags of an HTML document.
Each Meta tag has two important attributes:


The HTTP-EQUIV attribute takes one of the values mentioned below:

1)CONTENT-TYPE: The most commonly used content type is text/html. Other types can be employed to include the character set for the document. This helps the browser to load the appropriate character before document display.

2)EXPIRES: Specifies the date and time after which a document should be considered expired. This can be used by web robots update content in a search engine.

3)CACHE-CONTROL: Determines the caching of the document.

4)CONTENT-LANGUAGE: Used to specify the language in which the document is written.

5)REFRESH: This value is commonly used to either redirect users to a different page or refresh the contents of the present page.

The HTTP-EQUIV attribute is used in place of the NAME attribute to indicate that the property should be treated as an HTTP header.

The above code tells the browser to load http://www.nyinyimyanmar.co.cc/ 10 seconds after the current document has finished loading. Not all browsers support this, so authors should provide an alternate means of moving to the new page where necessary. The Refresh header is sometimes used for "splash screens" or when a page has moved, but the technique is not very effective since users may not even be looking at the window that is to be refreshed. Some search engines penalize pages that use a Refresh of a few seconds or less.Suppose www.livescore.com I'm sure that page has to refresh automatically whenever the score is updated


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