The PageMeta API is a user-friendly API that can parse important meta and related data from a web page. It parses the DOM of a page you request and sends back several sets of data including: Page title, Meta description, Meta language, Meta keywords, Meta robots, Canonical rel links, Favicon links, iOS/Android App icons, Open graph properties, Twitter properties, Linked Data (ld+json), parsed microdata and schema, all the images and properties on the page, and much more.
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