Just curious if anybody can answer this question.
Looking at ‘successful’ Jekll websites I see RubyonRails.org is listed. I see that it uses Jekyll SEO tag, but when you look at the source of the homepage and compare it to the ‘snippet’ on Google when you search for RubyonRails I am a bit confused.
The on page (source) Jekyll SEO tag shows :Ruby on Rails | A web-application framework that includes everything needed to create database-backed web applications according to the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern.
Yet the Google snippet on Google Search shows:
Ruby on Rails is open source software, so not only is it free to use, you can also help make it better. More than 5,000 people already have contributed code to…
This text does not appear in the ‘view source’ of the RubyonRails.org page either in the Jekyll SEO tags or as plain text, so my question is where does Google get that ‘snippet’ text from?