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Türkçe - Türkçe
Elde bulunan varlık, sermaye: "Batıdan aldığımız öteberi arasında en kıymetli meta kendi memleketimizi karış karış dolaşma arzusu olmalıdır."- B. R. Eyuboğlu
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Ne vakit? Ne zaman? mânasında olup, mutlak ve mübhem vakit edatıdır. Bazan "Min" harfi-i cerri yerinde ve suâl için de kullanılır
(Hukuk) Matah, satılacak şey, mal, sermaye, elde bulunan varlık
Ticaret malı
Elde bulunan varlık, sermaye
Mal, ticaret malı
(Osmanlı Dönemi) fayda, menfaat; kıymetli eşya, tüccar malı
META'
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Fayda. Menfaat
META'
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kıymetli eşya. Tüccar malı
İngilizce - İngilizce
The Wikimedia Meta-Wiki, a cross-project collaboration wiki of the Wikimedia Foundation
Self-referential; at a higher level
pref. prefix meaning that a word refers to itself, self-explanatory (gives a more fundamental analysis or explanation of itself - from Greek)
Keyword used in the Subject: line of posts to indicate that the post is about the newsgroup itself, rather than the topic of the newsgroup For example, posts about electing a new Squiddies organizer would have their subjects prefaced with META: , since that's about the newsgroup rather than a particular comic
In computer science, a common prefix that means "about" So, for example, metadata is data that describes other data (data about data) A meta language is a language used to describe other languages A metafile is a file that contains other files The HTML META tag is used to describe the contents of a Web page
Meta information is information about information Meta tags are found in the head of a document and contain keywords used by search engines
Tags in an XML or HTML used for data describing the document or web page
Also used adjectively
/me't*/ or /may't*/ or (Commonwealth) /mee't*/ [from analytic philosophy] adj ,pref One level of description up A metasyntactic variable is a variable in notation used to describe syntax, and meta-language is language used to describe language This is difficult to explain briefly, but much hacker humor turns on deliberate confusion between meta-levels See {{Humor, Hacker}}
The META element is an extensible mechanism for use in identifying specialized document meta-information Each META element ocurrence specifies a Name/Value pair If multiple META elements are specified with the same name, their combined CONTENT sections should be concatenated as a comma separated list to be associated with the common NAME value
The META is the largest shared server package offered by Virtualis It is packed with space and features It is especially popular for those who want to try their hand at hosting sites themselves, and for those who want to build very large websites See Also: SHARED SERVER
That two replacing radicals, in the benzene nucleus, occupy the relative positions of 1 and 3, 2 and 4, 3 and 5, 4 and 6, 5 and 1, or 6 and 2; as, metacresol, etc
Other; duplicate, corresponding to; resembling; hence, metameric; as, meta-arabinic, metaldehyde
Meta is the name of a modifier bit which a command character may have It is present in a character if the character is typed with the META key held down Such characters are given names that start with Meta- (usually written M- for short) For example, M-< is typed by holding down META and at the same time typing < (which itself is done, on most terminals, by holding down SHIFT and typing ,) See section Keyboard Input
A prefix used to denote a higher level of thought about the subject, e g metascience (where we consider how we approach science), meta-ethics where we consider how we define normative behaviour Each level in a complex system can be considered as a meta-viewpoint upon the previous level of emergence Relates to category or type theory and higher-order logic
a section within the HEAD of an HTML page used to embed information about the document that is not contained or displayed within the BODY of the document Frequently used to pass keywords and descriptions to search engines
Having less than the highest number of hydroxyl groups; - - said of acids; as, metaphosphoric acid
As part of the HEAD of an HTML document, this tag provides information that describes the document in various ways It contains valuable information for search robots to use in adding your web pages to their search indexes A number of search engines use the information within tags as part of their algorithms Infinity Web Technologies strongly recommends that you implement <META> tags that describe the content and keywords that describe your web site and its web pages Go to top of page
Meta information means "information about information " In HTML, meta tags describe the content of the document in which they're written Meta tags with a NAME attribute are used primarily by indexing and searching tools
An editor able to edit anywhere, move/rename categories, and approve/reject category applications See also: Editors: Types: (K)Meta
Above, beyond, about, at a higher level, a logical level higher
A prefix meaning between, with, after, behind, over, about, reversely; as, metachronism, the error of placing after the correct time; metaphor, lit
A prefix meaning to provide added meaning, transcending or going beyond, however meta is nearly as abused a term as cyber A 'meta' key is a key (shift, control, etc) that is used to change the meaning of other keys when used in combination From the Greek, meaning 'with' You can basically think of 'meta' as meaning 'this, but something more' Transcendental metatation?
a carrying over; metathesis, a placing reversely
See Ortho-, and Para-
The mesoscale Eta model A mathematical model of the atmosphere run on a computer that makes forecasts out to 30 hours
meta tag
Text inserted into the source code of a web page that includes keywords in order to provide information to a search engine about the contents of the page for search engine optimization
meta-
transcending, encompassing
meta-
Having fewer molecules of water than the ortho- equivalent
meta-
Analogies and derivatives of metamorphism
meta-
Consequent on
meta-
Behind
meta-
in isomeric benzene derivatives, having the two substituents in alternate positions; contrasted with ortho- and para-
meta-
Later or subsequent
meta-
Pertaining to a level above or beyond. For example, metadata is data that describes data, metalanguage is language that describes language, etc
meta-
Having analogies with metaphysics
meta-analysis
An analysis resulting from combining the results of diverse statistical studies
meta-analysis
An analysis performed at a higher level of abstraction than that of basic analysis
meta-analysis
Any systematic procedure for statistically combining the results of many different studies
meta-chlorophenylpiperazine
A drug which triggers serotonin receptors in the brain, uses include psychiatric research, side-effects include migraines
meta-communication
Communication taking place with or underlying a more obvious form of communication; (sing. & in pl.) principles or theories about communication derived from the study of communication
meta-search engine
(Bilgisayar) A meta-search engine is a search engine that sends user requests to several other search engines and/or databases and returns the results from each one. Meta search enables users to enter search criteria once and access several search engines simultaneously. Since it is hard to catalogue the entire web, the idea is that by searching multiple search engines you are able to search more of the web in less time and do it with only one click
meta-talk
(Edebiyat) Talk in which there are hidden meanings
meta data
Data about data In chromatography data that are important to reconstruct a final report from raw data In chromatography these are integration parameters and calibration tables
meta data
Selected or summary information about data PDS catalog objects and data product labels are forms of meta data for summarizing important aspects of data sets and data products
meta data
are data that are important to reconstruct a final report from raw data In chromatography these are integration parameters and calibration tables
meta data
Data you enter in Oracle General Ledger to represent structures in Oracle Financial Analyzer Meta data consists of the dimensions, segment range sets, hierarchies, financial data items, and financial data sets you define in Oracle General Ledger When you load financial data from Oracle General Ledger, Oracle Financial Analyzer creates dimensions, dimension values, hierarchies, and variables based on the meta data
meta data
b Meta data is data about data or data which describes other data
meta data
Meta data is information describing the data in the web page or document it is attached to The inclusion of meta data in a web document helps indexing and searching processes, and information management
meta data
Information that provides macro-level details about a course object, such as author, title, subject, date created, etc Typically meta data is recorded in XML files and are read by LMS and LCMS systems
meta data
Definition: The information that is contained within the meta tags of a web site Examples: Example
meta data
Data about data, i e , name, length, valid values, or description of a data element Meta data is stored in a data dictionary and repository It insulates the data warehouse from changes in the schema of operational systems DAMA web site at www dmreview com
meta tag
An HTML tag that must appear in the <head> portion of the page Meta tags supply information about the page but do not effect its display A standard meta tag, "generator," is used to supply the type of editor that created the HTML page
meta tag
An HTML tag that must appear in the <head> portion of the page Meta tags supply information about a page but do not affect its appearance A standard meta tag, "generator," is used to indicate the type of editor that created the HTML page
meta tag
An HTML tag that must appear in the portion of the page Meta tags supply information about the page but do not affect its display A standard meta tag, "generator," is used to supply the type of editor that created the HTML page
meta tag
An HTML tag which is not visible when the document is viewed It is placed within the head tag to tell search engines the description you would like them to use in their database, and the keywords you want your page associated with See my article on Meta Tags
meta tag
Text in the source of the HTML structure of your page, which the user does not see - most commonly used are the "description" and "keyword" meta tags The first is a sentence or short paragraph describing the site The second is a list of up to 15 search phrases or keywords Both describe the site Some search engines and directories use these meta tags as their method of indexing
meta tag
A special HTML tag that provides information about a Web page Unlike normal HTML tags, meta tags do not affect how the page is displayed Instead, they provide information such as who created the page, how often it is updated, what the page is about, and which keywords represent the page's content Many search engines use this information when building their indices
meta tag
information that describes the content of a web page The information does not appear on the web page, but is placed in the HEAD element of the page
meta tag
An HTML tag that must appear in the header portion of the page Meta tags supply information about the page but do not affect its display "Generator" is a common meta-tag used to specify which editor created the page
meta tag
A way of adding information describing a web page Meta tags are hidden from users (unless they view the HTML source), but are used by some search engines to catalogue the contents of a website (More about meta tags )
meta tag
This is a special HTML tag that is used to give information about a web page but is not displayed in a web browser For example, meta tags provide information such as what application was used to create the page, how often it is updated, a description of the page, and keywords that are relevant to the page Many search engines use the information stored in meta tags when they index web pages
meta tag
An HTML tag which provides information about a web document Unlike regular tags, meta tags do not provide formatting information for the browser Instead they provide such information as the author, date of creation or latest update for the page, and keywords which indicate the subject matter Search engines often use keywords from meta tags to index their databases
meta tag
A tag used in the header of a web page to provide information about the page Careful construction of descriptions and keywords on meta lines will help improve standings with some of the search engines
meta tag
Definition: An HTML tag placed within the header area of code for a web site This information is visible only to spiders and does not appear as a visual part of the web site These tags were originally used be webmasters to provide information about the content of a web site in order to assist search engines in indexing the content Because these tags were so easy to abuse, few search engines still read the content within these tags
meta tag
A coding statement written in HTML that describes some aspect of the contents of a web page Information contained in a meta tag is used by search engines (e g , Yahoo!) to index a page so that someone searching for the type of information on the page will be able to find it Two important types of meta tags are keywords meta tags and description meta tags The keywords meta tag lists the words or phrases that best describe the contents of the page The description meta tag includes a brief one- or two-sentence description of the page
meta tag
Special HTML tags that provide information about a given Web page The most common meta tags are
meta tag
Text in the coding of the HTML structure of your page, which the user does not see - most commonly used are the "description" and “keyword” meta tags The first is a maximum 25-word sentence, the second is a list of search terms or keywords Search engines and directories use these meta tags as one method of indexing or finding websites
meta tag
An HTML tag that must appear in the HEAD portion of the page Meta tags supply information about a page but do not affect its appearance A standard META tag, "generator," is used to indicate the type of editor that created the HTML page
meta tag
A meta tag is an element of HTML that often describes the contents of a Web page, and is placed near the beginning of the page's source code Search engines use information provided in a meta tags to index pages by subject
meta tag
A construct placed in the HTML header of a web page, providing information which is not visible to browsers The most common meta tags (and those most relevant to search engines) are KEYWORDS and DESCRIPTION
meta tag
An HTML tag that must appear in the <head> portion of the page Meta tags supply information about a page but do not affect its appearance
meta tag
An optional HTML tag that is used to specify information about a Web document Some search engines such as Alta Vista use "spiders" to index Web pages These spiders read the information contained within a page's META tag So in theory, an HTML or Web page author has the ability to control how there site is indexed by search engines and how and when it will "come up" on a user's search The META tag can also be used to specify an HTTP or URL address for the page to "jump" to after a certain amount of time This is known as Client-Pull What this means, is a Web page author can control the amount of time a Web page is up on the screen as well as where the browser will go next Here's a look at the syntax for search engine indexing: Here's a look at the syntax for Client Pull: This will "refresh" or change to the URL specified in 30 seconds
meta tags
These contain information intended to help classify the web-page They are invisible when the page is viewed normally, but can be seen by examining the page source code, in the head section of the page The most important are "description" - a description of the content of the page, and "keywords" - a list of key words relevant to the page The search engines use this information to classify the page in their databases, so when a user enters some search words which match those in your META tags, your page should be among the results BackBack to main documentinternet lynx
meta tags
Information placed in the HTML header of a Web page, providing information that is not visible to browsers The most common meta tags relevant to search engines are keyword and description tags
meta tags
A construct placed in the HTML header of a web page, providing information which is not visible to browsers used to be an important factor by search engines
meta tags
Commands in HTML that instruct the browser or search engines to perform specific tasks, identify keywords, site definitions, page authors, plug-in requirements, etc that are invisible to the user
meta tags
provides non-viewable information about your web page to browsers and search engines
meta tags
Specific HTML coding which search engines use to index websites There are three different META tags which are generally employed - site or page title, site or page description, and relative keywords (See also Search Engines)
meta tags
We will create meta tags for your site Meta tags are used by search engines to locate your site and display a brief description
meta tags
Specific HTML tags which are usually located in web pages to list keywords and short descriptions of site content These are used by search engines to help catalogue web sites and refine searches
meta tags
are used in html page headers, and contain information about keywords and descriptions of the web page This provides search engines with the information they require, enabling your site to be catalogued, which allows users who are doing a search on a to
meta tags
The most useful ones are your "description" and "keywords" This is the HTML code that contains information about the content of a Web page and Website Meta Tags are frequently used to enhance the display and effectiveness of search engine listings
meta tags
HTML tags located in the section of a web page that specify information that is viewable only to a search engine The two most commonly-used META tags are the "keywords" META tag and the "description" META tag
meta tags
Invisible strings of code your web developer can place inside your home page which can facilitate more chance that your site will get noticed by robots (aka meta crawlers) when registered on some search engines Meta tags come in two basic types, meta description tags and meta keyword tags Their actual degree of usefulness is widely debated and probably secondary to refined means of promoting your site to a specific target audience
meta tags
HTML code hidden from the browser that provides a variety of identifying information There are over 30 different meta tags The ones that concern search engine optimization are the title, description and keywords The title is shown at the top of the browser Search engines often pick up the description when showing search results Keywords should list the most important words relevant to the site and that Web page However, today most search engines do not consider meta keywords for positioning
meta tags
The HTML codes that contain information about the content of a Web page and Website Meta Tags are frequently used to enhance the display and effectiveness of search engine listings
meta tags
META tags included in the Head of documents in HTML format are used to provide Metadata to accompany material accessible via MurdochNet The META Tags currently in use at Murdoch include elements from the Dublin Core Metadata Element Set as well as Murdoch specific elements The META tags include details such as Content Subcategory, Access level and Access Restriction Requirements, Expiry Date, Publisher, Keywords and Description
meta tags
Meta tags are included in the HTML of your page and are "read" by search engines The tags provide information such as keywords and a description of your page
meta tags
Author generated source code that is placed in the header section of an HTML document Current popular meta tags that can affect search engine rankings are keywords and description The meta KEYWORDS tag is used to group a series of words that relate to a website These tags can be used by search engines to classify pages for searches The meta DESCRIPTION is used to describe the document The meta description is then displayed in search engine results
meta tags
An optional HTML tag that is used to specify information about a Web document Some search engines such as AltaVista use "spiders" to index Web pages These spiders read the information contained within a page's META tag So in theory, an HTML or Web page author has the ability to control how there site is indexed by search engines and how and when it will "come up" on a user's search
meta tags
Used in HTML or hypertext documents/web pages to hold "hidden from the viewer" information about the page Uses for meta tags include, Page titles, search keywords, descriptions of the site etc Spiders read Meta Tags when they Index your Website with Search Engines
meta tags
HTML tags which contain information about the page but are not displayed in the browser Contains information such as title, description and keywords used by search engines
meta tags
META tags always go in the <HEAD> section of the document META NAME tags include descriptions and keywords This HTML code helps some search engines classify and rank a web page META HTTP-EQUIV tags can indicate to the web browser how to display the page There are many more uses for META tags
meta tags
These are HTML tags that surround key words when submitting a site to a search engine
meta tags
The word META indicates information about the Data In web pages, multiple Meta tags are used in the header of the html code to provide information about the webpage Commonly used Meta tag names are description, keywords, robots, author, date, and copyright
meta tags
HTML tags that describe information within the web page Meta tags contain the keywords, title, and description of the site This information is used by servers and some search engines to identify and index the site
meta-
The mesoscale Eta model A mathematical model of the atmosphere run on a computer that makes forecasts out to 30 hours
meta-
The META element is an extensible mechanism for use in identifying specialized document meta-information Each META element ocurrence specifies a Name/Value pair If multiple META elements are specified with the same name, their combined CONTENT sections should be concatenated as a comma separated list to be associated with the common NAME value
meta-
Tags in an XML or HTML used for data describing the document or web page
meta-
An editor able to edit anywhere, move/rename categories, and approve/reject category applications See also: Editors: Types: (K)Meta
meta-
A prefix used to denote a higher level of thought about the subject, e g metascience (where we consider how we approach science), meta-ethics where we consider how we define normative behaviour Each level in a complex system can be considered as a meta-viewpoint upon the previous level of emergence Relates to category or type theory and higher-order logic
meta-
Meta information is information about information Meta tags are found in the head of a document and contain keywords used by search engines
meta-
Meta information means "information about information " In HTML, meta tags describe the content of the document in which they're written Meta tags with a NAME attribute are used primarily by indexing and searching tools
meta-
Meta is the name of a modifier bit which a command character may have It is present in a character if the character is typed with the META key held down Such characters are given names that start with Meta- (usually written M- for short) For example, M-< is typed by holding down META and at the same time typing < (which itself is done, on most terminals, by holding down SHIFT and typing ,) See section Keyboard Input
meta-
a section within the HEAD of an HTML page used to embed information about the document that is not contained or displayed within the BODY of the document Frequently used to pass keywords and descriptions to search engines
meta-
/me't*/ or /may't*/ or (Commonwealth) /mee't*/ [from analytic philosophy] adj ,pref One level of description up A metasyntactic variable is a variable in notation used to describe syntax, and meta-language is language used to describe language This is difficult to explain briefly, but much hacker humor turns on deliberate confusion between meta-levels See {{Humor, Hacker}}
meta-
Above, beyond, about, at a higher level, a logical level higher
meta-
A prefix meaning to provide added meaning, transcending or going beyond, however meta is nearly as abused a term as cyber A 'meta' key is a key (shift, control, etc) that is used to change the meaning of other keys when used in combination From the Greek, meaning 'with' You can basically think of 'meta' as meaning 'this, but something more' Transcendental metatation?
meta-
The META is the largest shared server package offered by Virtualis It is packed with space and features It is especially popular for those who want to try their hand at hosting sites themselves, and for those who want to build very large websites See Also: SHARED SERVER
meta-
In computer science, a common prefix that means "about" So, for example, metadata is data that describes other data (data about data) A meta language is a language used to describe other languages A metafile is a file that contains other files The HTML META tag is used to describe the contents of a Web page
meta-
Keyword used in the Subject: line of posts to indicate that the post is about the newsgroup itself, rather than the topic of the newsgroup For example, posts about electing a new Squiddies organizer would have their subjects prefaced with META: , since that's about the newsgroup rather than a particular comic
meta-
As part of the HEAD of an HTML document, this tag provides information that describes the document in various ways It contains valuable information for search robots to use in adding your web pages to their search indexes A number of search engines use the information within tags as part of their algorithms Infinity Web Technologies strongly recommends that you implement <META> tags that describe the content and keywords that describe your web site and its web pages Go to top of page
meta-analysis
A method for the statistical re-analysis of experimental and correlational results from independent studies that address related research questions
meta-analysis
A method of combining the results of individual trials to allow stronger conclusions to be drawn about the effectiveness of tretments
meta-analysis
The systematic, organised, and structured evaluation of a problem of interest using information from all relevant independent randomised trials It includes a qualitative component (application of predetermined criteria of scientific rigour, eg Appendix B) and a quantitative component (statistical combination of the data which can be pooled)
meta-analysis
A statistical technique used to examine all research on a particular issue
meta-analysis
Data gathered entirely from existing literature using statistical methodology to integrate and summarize results of several studies The data from individual studies may be weighted by the degree of variance or other study characteristics to arrive at a pooled estimate of the relation between a factor and an outcome Usually now applied only to analysis of previously published randomized controlled trials
meta-analysis
using statistical methods to pool samples from different studies and then try to extract conclusions that each study individually fails to prove It is a more precise estimate of the magnitude and significance of the variable being studied It involves a systematic review of studies using a quantitative procedure to combine, synthesize and integrate information across them It tries to tease out more precise information, by combining different studies
meta-analysis
A method of summarizing previous research by reviewing and combining results from multiple clinical trials Meta-analyses are attempted when previous studies were too small individually to achieve meaningful or statistically significant results Because combining data from disparate groups is problematic, meta-analyses usually are considered more suggestive than definitive
meta-analysis
A review of a focused clinical question following rigorous methodological criteria and employing statistical techniques to combine data from independently performed studies on that question To learn more, see the User’s Guide
meta-analysis
statistical method that combines results from many studies
meta-analysis
is an overview that uses quantitative methods to summarize the results
meta-analysis
The process of using statistical methods to combine the results of different studies For example, the pooling of results from a number of small trials, none in itself large enough to demonstrate statistically significant differences, but in aggregate, are capable of so doing
meta-analysis
is an overview which uses quantitative methods to summarise the results
meta-analysis
Pooled statistical analysis of results from several individual statistical analyses of different experiments, searching for statistical significance which is not possible within the smaller sample sizes of individual studies
meta-analysis
The systematic analysis of a set of existing evaluations of similar programs in order to draw general conclusions, develop support for hypotheses, and/or produce an estimate of overall program effects
meta-analysis
{i} technique or procedure of synthesizing the results of a research by combining the results of a number of independent studies
meta-analysis
A procedure to cumulate findings from a number of validity studies to estimate the validity of the procedure for the kinds of jobs or groups of job and settings included in the studies (SIOP, 1987)
meta-analysis
Research on the research   More than a literature review, meta-analysis looks for different methodologies and measures from different people or institutions that have published research on a particular topic    After a multitude of studies on a particular subject have been reviewed, meta-analysis enables the researcher to combine the results of several studies (using quantifiable data) in order to arrive at a conclusion on the topic A researcher systematically inventories current research on a given topic and integrates the theories to arrive at a conclusion that is the sum of all the research he analyzed
meta-analysis
A method for taking the results reported in a group of studies and 'averaging' them in a certain way to come up with a single, summary result
meta-analysis
A mathematical or statistical analysis, used to pool the results of all studies investigating a particular effect (e g , the effect of folic acid supplementation on homocysteine levels) and provide an overall estimate of that effect
meta-analysis
A systematic review that uses quantitative methods to summarise the results This may be achieved in several ways Examples on diagnosis of diabetes and head injury are interesting
meta-analysis
A statistical technique to combine information from many empirical studies on a topic to objectively estimate the reliability and overall size of the effect
meta-analysis
A statistical procedure to combine results from different studies on a similar topic The combination of results from multiple studies may produce a stronger conclusion than can be provided by any singular study Meta-analysis is generally most appropriate when there are not definitive studies on a topic and non-definitive studies are in some disagreement
meta-analysis
A quantitative method of combining the results of independent studies (usually drawn from the published literature) and synthesizing summaries and conclusions which may be used to evaluate therapeutic effectiveness, plan new studies, etc , with application chiefly in the areas of research and medicine [MeSH, 1989]
meta-analysis
An overview in which quantitative methods are used to summarise the results of several studies on a single topic A meta-analysis is used in an attempt to gain greater objectivity, generalisability and precision by including all the available high quality evidence from randomised controlled trials carried out on a specified topic
meta-analysis
a statistical process for pooling data from many clinical trials to glean a clear answer
meta-analysis
The statistical analysis of the results of a collection of individual studies for the purpose of integrating their findings
meta-data
Information about the data controlled by the PDM system For example, drawing number is an attribute within the meta-data about a drawing This definition differs from that used by information systems professionals as a definition of a database underlying schema
meta-data
Ancillary data characterizing a data set (i e date of production, instrument type, etc )
meta-data
Meta-data are descriptions of data
meta-tag
Meta-tags are HTML tags that can be used to identify the creator of a web page, what HTML specifications a web page follows, the keywords and description of the page, etc The most common use of a meta-tag in online marketing is the keyword and description tags, which tell the search engines what description to use in their search query results
meta-tag
An HTML tag that is embedded in the document, but not displayed in a Web Browser They are most commonly used to encode keywords into HTML documents for use by search engine spiders Top of page
meta-tag
Meta Tags are pieces of code hidden in the source of your website Meta tags basically describe your site to search engines, and directories, but are invisible to your visitors Meta tags for VERY important when it comes to search engine placement If there is one place to focus on for search engine submission, this would be it More info at Search Engine Optimization
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) meta-

I'm interested in things meta-physical. - Ben metafizik şeylerle ilgileniyorum.

meta
merchandise, goods
goods, merchandise
meta dosyası
(Bilgisayar) metafile
meta teori
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) metatheory
meta-
(Denizbilim) meta-
meta-analiz
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) meta-analysis
meta-larva
(Denizbilim) meta-larva
meta dosyası hatası
(Bilgisayar) metafile error
meta dosyası kaynağı
(Bilgisayar) metafile source
meta mesaj
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) meta message
meta motivasyon
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) metamotivation
meta olmaktan çıkarma
(Ticaret) decommodification
meta psikoloji
para-psychology
windows meta dosyaları
(Bilgisayar) windows metafiles
windows meta dosyası
(Bilgisayar) windows metafile
meta