To add the meta property="og:locale" content="?" to your HTML code, you can follow these steps:
Once you have added the meta tag to your HTML code, it will provide information about the language and location of your web page to social media platforms and other services that use Open Graph protocol. This can help to improve the visibility and accessibility of your web content.
Note: In the code snippet provided above, the "?" is a placeholder for the actual language code. You should replace it with the appropriate language code for your website.
For example, to set the locale to English (United States), you would replace "?" with "en_US":
Similarly, for French (France), you would use "fr_FR":
Make sure to insert this meta tag within the head section of your HTML file, as shown above, and replace the question mark with the correct language code for your target audience.
To add the meta property="og:locale" content="en_US" to your HTML code, you can follow these steps:
Once you have added this meta tag to your HTML code, it will indicate that the primary language used on your webpage is English (United States). This information will be used by social media platforms and other services that use Open Graph protocol to provide language-specific content and improve the accessibility and visibility of your webpage.