ASP.NET 4.0 Features – MetaDescription and MetaKeywords

ASP.NET 4.0, came up with two new properties inside Page Class, those are MetaDescription and MetaKeyWord. This has been introduce because of make web application Search Engine Friendly. Search Engine looks for Meta tag of our web page to get the details of page contents. In ASP.NET 4.0, we can add these two properties with Page class in Code behind or in Page Directives.
If you want to find out the definition of these two properties, Right Click on Page Class and Click on Goto Definition. This will show you the Meta data information of Page Class as shown in below picture

If we set MetaDescription and MetaKeywords either from Code behind or using Page Directive in aspx page, both will be render as “meta” tag in html code.
The main objective of MetaKeywords and MetaDescription proerties to make your web application SEO friendly. In ASP.NET 2.0, HtmlMeta used to do the same, but in ASP.NET 4.0 make these thing  very simple as we can easily add using Page Class.

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Written by Abhijit Jana

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