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  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.
  • Web page addresses and email addresses turn into links automatically.

Pinterest HTML

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  • Global and entity tokens are replaced with their values. Browse available tokens.

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  • Allowed HTML tags: <a href hreflang> <em> <strong> <cite> <blockquote cite data-card-created class=""> <code> <ul type> <ol type start> <li> <dl> <dt> <dd> <h2 id> <h3 id> <h4 id> <h5 id> <h6 id> <script async src charset>

Configure the meta tags below.

Use tokens to avoid redundant meta data and search engine penalization. For example, a 'keyword' value of "example" will be shown on all content using this configuration, whereas using the [node:field_keywords] automatically inserts the "keywords" values from the current entity (node, term, etc).

Browse available tokens.
Basic tags
Simple meta tags.
The text to display in the title bar of a visitor's web browser when they view this page. This meta tag may also be used as the title of the page when a visitor bookmarks or favorites this page, or as the page title in a search engine result. It is common to append '[site:name]' to the end of this, so the site's name is automatically added. It is recommended that the title is no greater than 55 - 65 characters long, including spaces.
A brief and concise summary of the page's content that is a maximum of 160 characters in length. The description meta tag may be used by search engines to display a snippet about the page in search results.
A brief and concise summary of the page's content, preferably 150 characters or less. Where as the description meta tag may be used by search engines to display a snippet about the page in search results, the abstract tag may be used to archive a summary about the page. This meta tag is no longer supported by major search engines.
A comma-separated list of keywords about the page. This meta tag is no longer supported by most search engines.
Advanced
Meta tags that might not be needed by many sites.
A location's formal name.
Geo-spatial information in 'latitude; longitude' format, e.g. '50.167958; -97.133185'; see Wikipedia for details.
A location's two-letter international country code, with an optional two-letter region, e.g. 'US-NH' for New Hampshire in the USA.
Geo-spatial information in 'latitude, longitude' format, e.g. '50.167958, -97.133185'; see Wikipedia for details.
A link to the preferred page location or URL of the content of this page, to help eliminate duplicate content penalties from search engines.
Used to define this page's language code. May be the two letter language code, e.g. "de" for German, or the two letter code with a dash and the two letter ISO country code, e.g. "de-AT" for German in Austria. Still used by Bing.
Robots
Provides search engines with specific directions for what to do when this page is indexed.
A comma-separated list of keywords about the page. This meta tag is used as an indicator in Google News.
Used for paginated content by providing URL with rel='next' link.
Used for paginated content by providing URL with rel='prev' link.
Highlight standout journalism on the web, especially for breaking news; used as an indicator in Google News. Warning: Don't abuse it, to be used a maximum of 7 times per calendar week!
Describes the name and version number of the software or publishing tool used to create the page.
An image associated with this page, for use as a thumbnail in social networks and other services. This will be able to extract the URL from an image field if the field is configured properly.
Used to indicate the URL that broke the story, and can link to either an internal URL or an external source. If the full URL is not known it is acceptable to use a partial URL or just the domain name.
Used to rate content for audience appropriateness. This tag has little known influence on search engine rankings, but can be used by browsers, browser extensions, and apps. The most common options are general, mature, restricted, 14 years, safe for kids. If you follow the RTA Documentation you should enter RTA-5042-1996-1400-1577-RTA
Indicate to search engines and other page scrapers whether or not links should be followed. See the W3C specifications for further details.
The number of seconds to wait before refreshing the page. May also force redirect to another page using the format '5; url=https://example.com/', which would be triggered after five seconds.
Details about intellectual property, such as copyright or trademarks; does not automatically protect the site's content or intellectual property.
Tell search engines when to index the page again. Very few search engines support this tag, it is more useful to use an XML Sitemap file.
Used to control whether a browser caches a specific page locally. Not commonly used. Should be used in conjunction with the Pragma meta tag.
Control when the browser's internal cache of the current page should expire. The date must to be an RFC-1123-compliant date string that is represented in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), e.g. 'Thu, 01 Sep 2016 00:12:56 GMT'. Set to '0' to stop the page being cached entirely.
Used to control whether a browser caches a specific page locally. Not commonly used. Should be used in conjunction with the Cache-Control meta tag.
Schema.org: Course
See Schema.org definitions for this Schema type at https://schema.org/Course. Also see Google's requirements.
The type of this Course
REQUIRED BY GOOGLE. The title of the course.
REQUIRED BY GOOGLE. A description of the item.
provider
Combine and pivot multiple values to display them as multiple objects.
Globally unique @id of the person or organization, usually a url, used to to link other properties to this object.
Name of the person or organization, i.e. [node:author:display-name].
Absolute URL of the canonical Web page, like the URL of the author's profile page or the organization's official website, i.e. [node:author:url].
Comma separated list of URLs for the person's or organization's official social media profile page(s).
RECOMMENDED BY GOOGLE. The provider of the course.
The identifier for the Course used by the course provider (e.g. CS101 or 6.001).
Requirements for taking the Course. Multiple values may be used, separated by a comma. Note: Tokens that return multiple values will be handled automatically.
A description of the qualification, award, certificate, diploma or other educational credential awarded as a consequence of successful completion of this course.
Meta tags used to control the mobile browser experience. Some of these meta tags have been replaced by newer mobile browsers. These meta tags usually only need to be set globally, rather than per-page.
The content audience, e.g. "all".
Department tag.
The document status, e.g. "draft".
Works only with numeric values.
Use a url of a valid image.

Configure the meta tags below.

Use tokens to avoid redundant meta data and search engine penalization. For example, a 'keyword' value of "example" will be shown on all content using this configuration, whereas using the [node:field_keywords] automatically inserts the "keywords" values from the current entity (node, term, etc).

Browse available tokens.
Basic tags
Simple meta tags.
The text to display in the title bar of a visitor's web browser when they view this page. This meta tag may also be used as the title of the page when a visitor bookmarks or favorites this page, or as the page title in a search engine result. It is common to append '[site:name]' to the end of this, so the site's name is automatically added. It is recommended that the title is no greater than 55 - 65 characters long, including spaces.
A brief and concise summary of the page's content that is a maximum of 160 characters in length. The description meta tag may be used by search engines to display a snippet about the page in search results.
A brief and concise summary of the page's content, preferably 150 characters or less. Where as the description meta tag may be used by search engines to display a snippet about the page in search results, the abstract tag may be used to archive a summary about the page. This meta tag is no longer supported by major search engines.
A comma-separated list of keywords about the page. This meta tag is no longer supported by most search engines.
Advanced
Meta tags that might not be needed by many sites.
A location's formal name.
Geo-spatial information in 'latitude; longitude' format, e.g. '50.167958; -97.133185'; see Wikipedia for details.
A location's two-letter international country code, with an optional two-letter region, e.g. 'US-NH' for New Hampshire in the USA.
Geo-spatial information in 'latitude, longitude' format, e.g. '50.167958, -97.133185'; see Wikipedia for details.
A link to the preferred page location or URL of the content of this page, to help eliminate duplicate content penalties from search engines.
Used to define this page's language code. May be the two letter language code, e.g. "de" for German, or the two letter code with a dash and the two letter ISO country code, e.g. "de-AT" for German in Austria. Still used by Bing.
Robots
Provides search engines with specific directions for what to do when this page is indexed.
A comma-separated list of keywords about the page. This meta tag is used as an indicator in Google News.
Used for paginated content by providing URL with rel='next' link.
Used for paginated content by providing URL with rel='prev' link.
Highlight standout journalism on the web, especially for breaking news; used as an indicator in Google News. Warning: Don't abuse it, to be used a maximum of 7 times per calendar week!
Describes the name and version number of the software or publishing tool used to create the page.
An image associated with this page, for use as a thumbnail in social networks and other services. This will be able to extract the URL from an image field if the field is configured properly.
Used to indicate the URL that broke the story, and can link to either an internal URL or an external source. If the full URL is not known it is acceptable to use a partial URL or just the domain name.
Used to rate content for audience appropriateness. This tag has little known influence on search engine rankings, but can be used by browsers, browser extensions, and apps. The most common options are general, mature, restricted, 14 years, safe for kids. If you follow the RTA Documentation you should enter RTA-5042-1996-1400-1577-RTA
Indicate to search engines and other page scrapers whether or not links should be followed. See the W3C specifications for further details.
The number of seconds to wait before refreshing the page. May also force redirect to another page using the format '5; url=https://example.com/', which would be triggered after five seconds.
Details about intellectual property, such as copyright or trademarks; does not automatically protect the site's content or intellectual property.
Tell search engines when to index the page again. Very few search engines support this tag, it is more useful to use an XML Sitemap file.
Used to control whether a browser caches a specific page locally. Not commonly used. Should be used in conjunction with the Pragma meta tag.
Control when the browser's internal cache of the current page should expire. The date must to be an RFC-1123-compliant date string that is represented in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), e.g. 'Thu, 01 Sep 2016 00:12:56 GMT'. Set to '0' to stop the page being cached entirely.
Used to control whether a browser caches a specific page locally. Not commonly used. Should be used in conjunction with the Cache-Control meta tag.
Schema.org: Course
See Schema.org definitions for this Schema type at https://schema.org/Course. Also see Google's requirements.
The type of this Course
REQUIRED BY GOOGLE. The title of the course.
REQUIRED BY GOOGLE. A description of the item.
provider
Combine and pivot multiple values to display them as multiple objects.
Globally unique @id of the person or organization, usually a url, used to to link other properties to this object.
Name of the person or organization, i.e. [node:author:display-name].
Absolute URL of the canonical Web page, like the URL of the author's profile page or the organization's official website, i.e. [node:author:url].
Comma separated list of URLs for the person's or organization's official social media profile page(s).
RECOMMENDED BY GOOGLE. The provider of the course.
The identifier for the Course used by the course provider (e.g. CS101 or 6.001).
Requirements for taking the Course. Multiple values may be used, separated by a comma. Note: Tokens that return multiple values will be handled automatically.
A description of the qualification, award, certificate, diploma or other educational credential awarded as a consequence of successful completion of this course.
Meta tags used to control the mobile browser experience. Some of these meta tags have been replaced by newer mobile browsers. These meta tags usually only need to be set globally, rather than per-page.
The content audience, e.g. "all".
Department tag.
The document status, e.g. "draft".
Works only with numeric values.
Use a url of a valid image.

Publish on

Enter a date and time. Leave the date blank for no scheduled publishing.

Unpublish on

Enter a date and time. Leave the date blank for no scheduled unpublishing.