The main way that people who do not know you will find your website is through search engines such as Google and Alta Vista. These sites use a variety of techniques to select and rank sites, but one of the things they look at is the meta tags. These are strings that are not visible to the casual visitor, but which describe the purpose of the site, and suggest keywords for the content of the site. Carrelet enables you to set the most important of these meta tags at an account and page level.
This should be a relatively concise paragraph of text that accurately and objectively describes the content of the account or page. Avoid hyperbolic statements like 'the best site' or 'a really wonderful site' which are simply ignored by the search engines. Try to refer to as many of the keywords on which people are likely to search as possible.
If you do not enter a description for individual pages, they will inherit the account description. If you do enter a page description, it will replace the account description for that page.
Note that this field is also used for flash boxes, described in the section on multiple accounts (Cliquez ici).
This should be a comma-separated list of keywords on which people are likely to search. You can also specify combinations of words (most searches include at least two words. Thus
cars vintage, veteran trucks
specifies the keywords 'cars' and 'vintage' when used together, and the keywords 'veteran' and 'trucks' when used together.
If you do not enter keywords for individual pages, they will inherit the account keywords. If you do enter page keywords, they will be added to the account keywords for that page.