[whatwg] date meta-tag invalid
julian.reschke at gmx.de
Mon Jul 18 06:27:37 PDT 2011
On 2011-07-18 14:54, aykut.sensoy at bild.de wrote:
> According to the w3c Validator the<metaname="date"content="#" /> tag is invalid. In the WHATWG MetaExtensions List there is no registered extension, no specification and no proposal for the date meta-tag.
> The only alternative for "date" is a proposal called "created", which however doesn't meet the requirements for registration . For our SEO team the date meta-tag contains some of the most important information about a webpage.
> What would be a w3c-valid way to implement a creation date meta-tag in html5?
Out of curiosity: who is processing the tag? And what does this have to
do with SEO? Do search engines do anything with it?
From HTML5's point of view the suggest replace is probably "<time
pubdate>"... Did you look at that already?
Also: there seems to be overlap with Dublin Core's "dc:created"?
Best regards, Julian
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