Elements – Head Tag


Head Tag

The <head> tag contains information about a webpage. Along with <body>, it is one of the two required elements of an HTML document. <head> must be the first child of an <html> element. There can only be one <head> element on a page.

The <head> element contains information about how a webpage should be displayed, also known as metadata. The document title, links to stylesheets, and <script> tags linking to JavaScript files should all be placed in the <head>. The <head> should not contain any page content.

<html> <head> <title>Document Titles Belong in the Head</title> </head> <body> <p>This paragraph is content. It goes in the body!</p> </body> </html>

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