Revised Meta Tag

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This small plugin adds the meta 'revised' tag in the section of the posts and pages of WordPress.

The meta 'revised' tag is used to make available the last modified date & time of a webpage to web crawlers.

Implementing 'revised' tag in WordPress posts and pages becomes very easy with this plugin, and one can see the tag added to the posts and pages just after installing it.

Author:Rahul Arora (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:3.1
WordPress version tested:3.5.1
Plugin version:0.3
Added to WordPress repository:21-05-2013
Last updated:25-05-2013
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
Rating, %:100
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Plugin URI:http://w3bits.com/wordpress-revised-meta-tag-...
Total downloads:1 086
Active installs:40+
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The "meta revised tag" is used to tell Search Engine Bots (Google, Yahoo!, Bing etc.) the Last Modified Date and Time of any Webpage in which you have made certain changes.

Web crawlers can then decide, whether there’s any need to save a new copy of the webpage OR update their indexes?

Example of a Meta revised tag:

<meta name="revised" content="Sunday, April 21, 2013, 2:59 am" />

With the help of this plugin, you can very easily implement "meta revised tag" in your WordPress Post and Pages. More details on meta revised tag.

Features

  • Allows you to add revised date meta tag in your posts and pages either together or separately.
  • Provides you with options to display the last modified / last updated date above or below your posts and pages. You can also choose from four different date formats and the position of the timestamp in WordPress Posts and Pages which can be either above or below.
  • Allows you to customize the text which is to be displayed alongside the last modified date (i.e. "Last updated on:" in place of "Last modified:")

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