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    Why many of SEO analyzers don't see <title> on website?

    I have started with SEO optimization for website (Chatbot SecondEGO).
    And I have an issue - I simply can't find what is wrong with <title>. Some (but not all!!!) of SEO analyzers and SEO programs say that my website doesn't have TITLE and DESCRIPTION.

    It is interesting that all of analyzers see KEYWORD meta tag (which is only one line away ).
    Any idea, what can be wrong?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Sorry, I don't understand you.
    Maybe I wasn't clear enough?
    I have <title> in my source, but only few of SEO analyzing tools know about it. Many others say that I don't have <title> (and description). I don't understand this behavior. I can conclude that Google also don't see my <title> tag ... and this isn't good.

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    Hi
    Seo analysers uses <title> to describe the product. These is must, When your scroll over the image or anything it will display number, If we are using name means it is good. and we get branding

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    They could be complaining you have it before the charset declaration, but just as likely whatever tool you're using is just outdated buggy crap not worth listening to -- after all, you did say SEO "tool" -- most of which do nothing but turn the people who believe in that nonsense into total tools.

    Looking at the page, IMHO you've got a lot more to worry about than some SEO dimestore hoodoo -- like the possibly broken favicon embeds (don't say "type", some browsers choke on it), broken viewport meta that disables zooming on mobile, your keywords is overly large and seems largely irrelevant to the page content, you don't have media targets on your style LINK, pointless script-tard span, endless pointless DIV and classes for nothing, lack of paragraphs around paragraph content, DIV where you're not even supposed to put DIV, ordered list around things that are not list items, presentational use of classes, gibberish use of numbered headings on elements that are NOT headings with DIV doing numbered headings job, clearfix like it's still 2001...

    Hardly a shock it's 20k of markup for less than four k of images and under a dozen media elements, at LEAST twice the code needed for such a simple page.

    It's NOT written for users, it's NOT even written to the rules of using HTML or CSS, so for search? Toss it and start over using SEMANTIC markup, separation of presentation from content, and accessible design...

    Oh wait, did I mention the accessibility failings too?
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    @Deathshadow - thank you. I just inherit this and because some colleagues are on vacation, I have a limited access to this project.
    I highly appreciate your suggestions and I will look at them. For first steps, I want to start with suggestions from (foolish) SEO Tools (and with corrections available to my limited access).

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    Being an SEO Analyzer, I don't think we actually ignore it completely but rather we keep in improving it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunda View Post
    @Deathshadow - thank you. I just inherit this and because some colleagues are on vacation, I have a limited access to this project.
    Uhg, feel your pain. Nothing worse than coming into the middle of a project, especially one where -- to be frank -- it looks like your colleagues weren't qualified to be building a website.

    But then, I spent most of the previous decade being the guy people called to clean up messes like that.
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    Some seo analyzers would be skipping off that part.However title is a must for a website and even though some analyzers doesn't check it,, the google crawler will definitely crawl the title tag along with the website.

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