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meta-confirm. Designed to do easy and quick testing of web pages for specific tags.

  • Can be run as part of an application to check sites on an ongoing basis for quality.
  • Can be used as part of test framework (mocha example provided) to ensure meta tag quality during development.

Depending on if you need as part of your testing framework or as part of an application, use the appropriate npm install:

npm install meta-confirm --save-dev


npm install meta-confirm --save

##Using the module (application)

For a sample from normal code, see example-simple.js

For a sample test running in mocha, see mochaSingleTests.js

nodeJS and express sample

var metaconfirm = require('meta-confirm');
var expect = require('chai').expect;
describe('Mike Test', function () {
    "use strict";

    var testPort = 9005;

    describe('findInPage', function () {

        it('should work', function (done) {

            var url = "http://localhost:" + testPort;

            var searchMetaType = "name";
            var searchTag = "description";
            var content = "Caspar Computer Services Inc.  Providing Innovative Solutions since 1984. Passionate about Agile Development";

            metaconfirm.FindInPage(url, searchMetaType, searchTag, content, function callback(err, result) {
                //if we have no result and no error, it's not completed!

                if (err) {
                    throw err;

                if (result) {
                    expect(result).equals(true, "Expecting a True result from Meta Search");


##Module History and Version Support

Each published version of meta-confirm is tested with currently-supported versions of Node. (LTS versions.)

Each published version of meta-confirm is tested with currently-supported versions of Node. (LTS versions.) Long-term Support schedules are published by the Node.js Foundation Release Working Group here.

meta-confirm may continue to work on older versions of Node.js indefinately; but we do not test nor recommend that you use older versions.

To see which versions of Node we test on, in both Windows and Linux environments, see our Travis-CI build record.

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