Meta Tags

* The content below was created by AI to help our users better understand the audit metrics and why they are important.

Meta tags are snippets of text that describe a page’s content but don’t appear on the page itself; they only appear in the page’s code. Here is a summary of the meta tags information provided:

  1. Viewport: The viewport is set to manage the page’s dimensions and scaling, ensuring compatibility with various devices, including mobile phones and tablets. The tag used is <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">.
  2. Description: The description meta tag gives a brief overview of the webpage’s content. For this website, it is set as “Want more revenue? This Shopify discount app can skyrocket your sales and drive customer conversions.”
  3. Robots: The robots tag is used to control search engine crawling and indexing. The website’s tag is set to “index, follow, max-snippet:-1, max-video-preview:-1, max-image-preview:large,” allowing search engines to index the page and follow the links.
  4. Open Graph Tags (og): Open Graph tags enhance the visibility of the website on social media platforms. The website has various Open Graph tags set, such as og:locale, og:type, og:title, og:description, and og:url, among others. These tags help define the content, improving its presentation and visibility when shared on platforms like Facebook.
  5. Twitter Cards: Twitter card tags are similar to Open Graph tags but are specific to Twitter. They help in defining how content is displayed when shared on Twitter. The website has Twitter card tags like twitter:card, twitter:title, twitter:description, and twitter:image.
  6. Google Site Verification: This tag is used to verify the ownership of a website in Google’s search console. It is set with a specific verification code.
  7. Miscellaneous Tags: There are also other miscellaneous meta tags like generator and msapplication-TileImage used for various purposes, such as defining the content management system or setting a tile image for Microsoft applications.

These meta tags collectively contribute to defining the webpage’s content, improving SEO, and enhancing the visibility and presentation of the website on search engines and social media platforms.