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ICE

abbreviation for INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ENGINEERS.
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With the end of AltaVista's use of meta keywords in generating search results, the death of the meta tag was declared.
In our current work, we integrated two parsing systems, the Conventional Web and Semantic Web coupled with meta tags, as they have their own strength.
Meta tag theft occurs when a website owner uses the brand names or trademarks of other organizations or competitors to attract traffic to their site.
When you've found appropriate keywords, don't often repeat them in your meta tags. This is a trick used by many who believe it will bring their site a higher ranking.
Meta tag misuse, like cybersquatting, is considered a criminal act, which is generally not covered by mast policies.
Key words, Meta Tag descriptions, aggressive listings and deep promotion give the site visibility.
These algorithms may have minor variations from engine to engine but are loosely based upon such factors as: word frequency, search words in the title of the Web page, search words used in the "keywords" or meta tag and document length.
Main features of IPBC include: - IPBC Website - web portal and search engine - Cryptomining as a payment system - Video portal through the IPFS network - Broadcasting through P2P and IPFS connections - Remote control through WebRTC and direct connection Future development include a built-in meta tag based search engine and a pattern proof checking system.
Main features of IPBC include: * IPBC Website -- web portal and search engine * Cryptomining as a payment system * Video portal through the IPFS network * Broadcasting through P2P and IPFS connections * Remote control through WebRTC and direct connection Future development include a built-in meta tag based search engine and a pattern proof checking system.
In his paper on "A Combined Measure of Semantic Web and Meta tag technology for Web Retrieval" he has used Gulf institutions as the test case for applying the combined system for web tracking.
Most curious is this meta tag on the Connect site: "SBC Bad buisiness." Presumably, a Web user who has negative feelings about SBC and similarly misspells business would be guided to connect.com.
In some instances, courts have ruled that companies had a First Amendment right to use a certain meta tag, even if it appeared to infringe on someone else's trademark or slogan, Freeman said.