How to Add Meta Tags using Expression Web
If you’re looking at the code view of a brand new web page that you have just created in Microsoft Expression Web, you’re likely to see something like the following snippet near the top of the HTML code.
<meta content="text/html; charset=utf-8" http-equiv="Content-Type" />
This is the part of the code where the meta tag information will be viewable. See the screenshot below for an idea of how this information looks in the Expression Web application. (Click the image for a larger view.)
To modify this information, first choose Properties from the File menu on the toolbar.
A dialog box for Page Properties like the one shown below will appear on your screen.
Make sure that you are on the General tab within the box, and you will see the fields where you can input information for the title, description, and keywords for your web page.
Fill in the information as it relates to your web page in the space provided. The following screenshot shows an example of what information we might choose to use if we were creating a web page about this tutorial for Expression Web.
When you are finished, click OK to return to your web page design. Take a moment to look at the code view and see how your information is represented there. It should look much like our resulting image shown below.