Meta Tag Generator

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About Meta Tag Generator

The website www.website-meta-tag-generator.com is a simple tool that allows you to input your website name, the content of the meta tags you would like to have on your site, and creates a new meta tag based on what you inputted. It also gives you examples of other websites with similar meta tags, so it can be an easy reference for creating your own. (For example, if you wanted the meta tags to be “arrange-order-articles”, “website-meta-tag-generator” would create a website with those meta tags, as well as the meta tags “arrange-order-articles”.)

You can input your full website URL, and the tool will automatically create a meta tag for that URL. However, the tool also allows you to input just the domain or subdomain (for example, yourwebsite.com or subdomain.yourwebsite.com). The meta tags you create can be placed in the “head” section of your website, which is the first section of the page. Here are a few examples of websites the tool creates:

Once you’ve set up your website, you can log into your website-meta-tag-generator account and generate your meta tags for any pages that you have in your site. Here are a few examples of websites it generates:

When you enter the meta tags you’d like on your website, there’s a preview button you can click, so you can see what it will look like on your website. If you’re happy with how it looks, click “Add Meta Tags”, and it will automatically create the meta tags for your pages. It will also add the meta tags to the “head” section of your website. Once you have your meta tags, you can easily add them to your website by going into your WordPress dashboard, and clicking on the “Settings” tab in the left-hand menu. Then click on “Reading” and choose “HTML”. You can then click on the “HTML Headings” tab, which has the meta tags you created when you created your website-meta-tag-generator account.

You can also edit the meta tags directly from your WordPress dashboard.