According to my SEO guy there's an obsolete meta-tag being used by dnn - not sure if this hurts anything - but being obsolete would be nice to have it removed. I can remove it from the default.aspx page - but it would be put back at each and every update.
Here's what I got from him:
The following link shows which meta tags Google uses: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/79812?hl=en
Google and EVERY search engine ignore this tag nowadays. The tag was originally developed by a small Canandian Engine called "SearchBC". It was the only engine that used this tag many years ago and it even admits it doesn't use it anymore. Generally, the tag doesn't hurt anything except by being useless. However, in the SEO community, anyone that has this tag on their site is generally considered a bad SEO. It gives our competitors easy ammo to mock us. As such, I would prefer if DNN could remove this from the core code. I am not sure if they would ever accept advice, but I would be interested in helping them understand SEO for the purposes of development a better product. This kind of stuff just shouldn't happen.
My apologies Sebastian - I copied and pasted from my SEO guy. The one in particular is the REVISIT-AFTER meta tag
Andrew, thanks for the clarification.
it would be helpful, if there would be a configurable list of metatags per website (default) and page.
Marked Closed/Duplicate in error
Verified the code is in the build
Verified Meta Tags are accepted in a page
Verified Meta Tags are emitted correctly by viewing page source