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Currently at the top of every page I have this:

<HTML>
	<HEAD>

	<TITLE>Schenectady Section of the IEEE</TITLE>


	<META NAME='url' CONTENT='http://www.ewh.ieee.org/r1/schenectady/'>
	<META NAME='author' CONTENT='Authorname'>
	<META NAME='email' CONTENT='author email'>
	<META NAME='expires' CONTENT=''>
	<META NAME='revision-date' CONTENT='6-Sep-1999'>
	<META NAME='keywords' CONTENT='Schenectady Section'>
	<META NAME='description' CONTENT='Schenectady Section of the IEEE'>
</HEAD>

If I move this to a "meta.php" and

<?php
include 'meta.php';
?>

At the top of each page, will it lose any function? I.e. will the search engines that are looking for meta tags still see them?

Thanks,

David

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At the top of each page, will it lose any function?

No

I.e. will the search engines that are looking for meta tags still see them?

Yes. Ultimately if you have index.php and within index.php you put include 'meta.php'; the browser will ultimately receive the HTML in meta.php but will NOT know that it is actually in meta.php. The browser "thinks" that it is from index.php. The same goes for the search engines.

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