Which of the following does Google use to display the characters of a page’s meta title?

  1. Pixel width
  2. Meta title character count
  3.  None of the above




The title of each page of a website is described by a meta title (also known as title tag), which is an element in the head section of an HTML document. Web browsers retrieve it, and search engines like Google use it to view a webpage in search results (SERPs). The meta title is the title of an HTML document that appears in both Search Engine result snippets and the browser tab for that page. “Title tag” or “page title” are examples of alternate definitions. The title> tag is used to add a title to the page’s HTML in the head> section of the text.

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