When writing a meta tag for a blog, it is important to remember that not all browsers are created equal. Not all meta tags will work in all browsers, and some will even cause errors.
One way to ensure that all of your meta tags are working the way they should is to use the “Internet Explorer” as your benchmark. Internet Explorer is the most popular browser on the market, so if your meta tags don’t work in Internet Explorer, they likely won’t work in any other browser.
Another way to test whether or not your meta tags are working properly is to view your blog in a standard web browser such as Firefox or Chrome. If any of your meta tags are not displaying correctly in these browsers, then you may need to adjust them.
Finally, always make sure that all of your meta tags are correct and formatted correctly before you publish your blog post. Incorrect meta tags can cause errors when browsers try to read them, and can also result in lower search engine rankings.