to dump all the headers in your example you can see what keys to look for:
use Data::Dump 'dump';
my $h = HTTP::Headers->new;
my $p = HTML::HeadParser->new($h);
# your header here!
print dump($p->header), "\n";
title => "Mysite Title",
"x-meta-description" => "Homepage",
"x-meta-distribution" => "all",
"x-meta-keywords" => "word1,word2, word3",
"x-meta-poc" => "Mike Smith 111-111-1111",
"x-meta-postdate" => "20011220 ",
"x-meta-resource-type" => "document",
"x-meta-title" => "Department C ",
"x-meta-url" => "http://www.mywebsitehere.com",
All the keys start with 'x-meta' which is why nothing was printing for you. Checking the documentation for HTML::HeadParser
All <meta> elements will initialize headers with the prefix ``X-Meta-'' on the name. If the <meta> element contains a http-equiv attribute, then it will be honored as the header name.
You can find the docs by running perldoc HTML::HeadParser
Hope this helps...
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