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charset=" character set
character set "
Not in HTML 4.01 .Canbeusedwiththe meta elementasasubstituteforthe http-equiv
method for declaring the character set of the document.
content=" text
text "
Required . Specifies the value of the meta element property and is always used in con-
junction with name , http-equiv , or itemprop .
The specified information is treated as though it were included in the HTTP header that
the server sends ahead of the document. It is used in conjunction with the content attrib-
ute (in place of the name attribute).
name=" text
text "
Specifies a name for the meta information property. Some defined names include
application-name , author , description , generator , and keywords .
Example (HTML)
<meta charset= "UTF-8" >
<meta name= "author" content= "Jennifer Robbins" >
<meta http-equiv= "content-type" content= "text/html;
charset=UTF-8" >
<meta http-equiv= "refresh" content= "15" >
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