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Why don't my meta tags show up?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 25, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

I am trying to insert meta tags into my VWD 2008 Express web site.  After reading other postings, I placed the following code into my Default.aspx Page_Load method:

HtmlMeta metaTag = new HtmlMeta();

metaTag.Name = "Keywords";

metaTag.Content = "Pittsford, Autumn, Erie, canal";


But when I view the "View Souce" code on my web page, I cannot see these meta tags.  Where am I going wrong?  Thank you.


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