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SEO Title: Analyze and report problems in page titles

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This class can be used to analyze and report problems in page titles.

It can retrieve a page with a given URL and extract its title.

Currently the class can analyze the title text and report problems based on the title length and the characters used in the title as separators.

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Page titles are one of the most important factors that may influence the number of visitors that are sent by search engines to a site.

This class can extract and analyze titles of Web pages and report several types of problems related with the title lengths and characters used as word separators.

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/********************************************************************** SeoTitle -- Check Title of a specified URL Authors : Sandeep Kumar (san4u49 [at] gmail [dot] com) Version : 1.0 /********************************************************************** What is Title? ****************************** <title>: the most important element of a quality Web page The <title> element in HTML is designed to provide a short piece of text that should stand for the document in cases such as: * window title bars * bookmark lists * result lists from search services A good title So take care to give your page a good title: not too short "Section One" won't help much when it shows up in a search results list. Section one of what?. Better: <title>Section One of the Modern Music Guide</title> or even better <title>Time Frame (the Modern Music Guide, Section 1)</title> not too long Because only 60 to 80 characters are displayed in many window titles, menus, etc.; you can give a more detailed/pleasant title in the top level heading of your document, e.g. <h1>Section One: When has the Modern Time Commenced, Musicwise?</h1> (with a link to the whole Modern Music Guide for context). /***************************************** About this Class /***************************************** This class will check title of specified url. ********************************************* Ex: ******************************************** $meta=New Seo_Title; $url=$_REQUEST['url']; if($url) { // show result $result=$meta->seoTitle($url); echo "<label>".$result['titleText']."</label>"; echo "<br>"; echo "<label style='color:red'> Result :".$result['title']."</label>"; **********************************************************************/

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Plain text file seoTitle.php Class Seo Title Class File

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It's a great concept and has taught me something.
13 years ago (F Philip DeGeorge)