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Default META tags and master pages

Does anyone know how to make dynamic meta tags with master pages?



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Hi there,

You can add HtmlMeta controls to the header, like this:
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      // Set the keywords tag
      HtmlMeta metaTag = new HtmlMeta();
      metaTag.Name = "keywords";
      metaTag.Content = "My, Keywords";

      Page.Header.Controls.Add(metaTag);

      // Set the description tag
      metaTag = new HtmlMeta();
      metaTag.Name = "description";
      metaTag.Content = "My Description";

      Page.Header.Controls.Add(metaTag);
      In addition to this, your master page can expose string properties for the keywords and description tags that you can set from the content pages.

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